Those looking to ditch Apple’s stock Mail app for iOS already have plenty of options—from Google’s Gmail and Inbox to Microsoft’s Outlook for iOS—but now, there’s a new player on the field: Airmail, a sleek iPhone version of an already popular Mac mail client.
Boasting dozens of customization options, one-tap inbox filters, and the ability to “snooze” messages, Airmail makes for a tempting alternative to Mail, so long as you’re willing to pony up for the $5 price tag. (That’s just for the iPhone version, by the way; there’s no iPad version of Airmail yet.)
If you decide to take the plunge, we’ve got a few Airmail tips to help get you started, from the first settings you’ll want to customize to how to integrate Airmail into iOS’s sharing menu.
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