When comparing Newton Mail vs FairEmail, the Slant community recommends FairEmail for most people. In the question“What are the best e-mail clients for Android? ” FairEmail is ranked 1st while Newton Mail is ranked 10th.
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Pro Multi-account support
Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook, iCloud, Google Apps, OWA, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, AOL and other IMAP accounts.
Pro Synchronizes settings across devices
CloudMagic saves settings in the cloud. When you switch devices, the app simply pulls your setting from the cloud.
Pro Beautiful, clean design
Intuitive, easy to use user interface.
Pro Unified inbox
Option to view one inbox for all your email accounts.
Pro Emails can be downloaded locally on a per-folder basis
A feature called "sync" allows downloading emails locally on a per-folder basis. That will allow accessing them while offline, keep them always up to date, provide faster search, show unread email count and show push notifications as soon as new messages in those folders pop up.
Pro The app can be locked
It's possible to lock the app behind a four digit passcode.
Pro Helps deal with emails quickly
It's possible to archive, delete or mark emails as read from the notification tray or with swipe gestures.
Pro Android Wear support
Cloud Magic supports sending notifications to Android Wear devices, allowing the user to easily see their mail without having to take their phone out.
Pro Can snooze emails
It's possible to "hide" a message for a set amount of time, which gets the message out of your way until you're ready to deal with it.
Pro Email tracking
Get notified when the recipient reads the e-mail.
Pro Integrates with other services to extend functionality
CloudMagic has 'cards', that allow quick interactions with other services, like Evernote, MailChimp, Salesforce, Trello, etc. And unlike similar integration, these interactions happen within the app itself.
Pro Great search
The app is capable of searching through all of your email and cloud accounts to find specific information. The results show up as they are typed in.
Pro Free trial
Newton mail offers a 14-day free trial.
Pro Open source
Pro Multiple account support
Multiple identities per account, notifications per account or contact.
Pro Actively maintained
It is actively maintained. The used libraries are up to date and bugs are fixed quickly.
There are no trackers within the app and trackers sent with mails are disabled by default. This app lets you read and compose emails with your privacy in your very own hands.
Pro Fast and customizable
Privacy features are excellent.
~ 20 MB.
Pro Identities support
Pro Two way synchronization
Pro Flat conversation threading
Pro Encryption support
Supports both OpenPGP and S/MIME encryption for total privacy.
Pro Support for safety and low-bandwidth
Allows to configure maximum size of email downloaded immediately.
Pro Can show plain text of html mails
Pro Show links before opening
Some HTML mails may show different links and link texts, this app however will show you the real link before opening, protecting against phishing and scams
Pro Recognize spoofing internationalized domain names
Some domain names may use non-ASCII characters looking similar to the latin alphabet (e.g. some cyrillic characters). This app will show you the punycode representation of the domain, if that is the case and thus protect you against phishing and scams.
Pro Reformat the HTML mail for increased privacy
Some HTML mails may include ressources that can track you. This app doesn't load them by default, but reformats the text, increasing both privacy and readability.
Pro Autoconfiguration with open standards
There are open standards for any email provider to show how an email client should connect to the server. This app supports both RFC 6186 as well as Thunderbird Autoconfiguration standards.
Pro OAuth support for most common mail providers
Supports authenticating with the mail server using OAuth, thus increasing security.
Pro Low RAM usage at the right setings
Con Not free anymore, needs a subscription ( $49.99/yr)
The apps stared as a free app but since some time it's only free for 14 days (trial).
After the trial it needs a subscription which is very expensive with $50/yr comparing the features with other free E-Mail apps
Con Privacy concerns
We then use the authorization provided to download your emails on the cloud and push to your devices. We use AWS servers to store your data: emails and authorization.