When comparing Aqua Mail vs Yahoo! Mail, the Slant community recommends Aqua Mail for most people. In the question“What are the best e-mail clients for Android? ” Aqua Mail is ranked 1st while Yahoo! Mail is ranked 16th. The most important reason people chose Aqua Mail is:
Has been rated well on [AndroidForums](http://androidforums.com/threads/email-which-apps-keep-it-private.935578).
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Pro Top rated for keeping your info private
Has been rated well on AndroidForums.
Pro Ultra fast and intuitive
The app refreshes emails in seconds and has an intuitive menu. You can do a lot with one or two swipes.
Pro Integrates with Tasker
Tasker is an automation app. Aqua Mail's Tasker integration allows changing settings, triggering message based events and running mail checks based on criteria like time of day, location, timer, connection type, etc.
Pro Pro version often goes on sale
The developer usually gives a 25%-50% discount every few months or so on Google Play.
Pro Integrates with cloud storage services for backup and restore
It's possible to backup the app along with account settings via services like Dropbox, OneDrive, Box.com, Google Drive.
With this Yahoo! Mail feature users can open any e-mail in a new tab and get back to the mail list without having to close the e-mail that the user is currently reading.
Pro Background wallpaper
Similar to Mail app bundled in Windows 10, Yahoo! Mail allows users to set images from Flickr as the background image for the app.
Stationary is an add-on that's only available in Yahoo! Mail. It allows users to customize and enhance the look of the email. Things like image borders, letter style etc. can be changed before sending the email to intended recipients.
Con Free version supports only 2 accounts and adds promotional email signature
The base, free application supports up to two accounts and adds a promo signature to all outgoing messages.
Con Floating ads in free version
It shows floating ads in the email list and they can not be deleted.
Con Does not support pgp or metacert
Con No support for Exchange Activesync protocol
This is the de facto, secure Exchange over the web protocol used and is enforced by most businesses for enterprise email. Aqua only supports EWS for Exchange, which most enterprise administrators block or disable.
Con Limited signature capabilities
Signatures can't have images or HTML.