Master your inbox with the most powerful email productivity app - all from a simple, beautiful interface. Polymail is the modern email client, redesigned.
- Unlimited email tracking - know exactly when and by whom your messages are read.
- Snooze emails to be read later, when you need them.
- Schedule emails to automatically be sent later - whenever you want.
- Calendar integration makes it easy to schedule meetings over email.
- Detailed contact profiles give you everything you need to know about who you're emailing.
- One-tap unsubscribe removes unwanted spam in an instant.
- Attachment and Click tracking - get notified when your recipients download your attachments or click on your links.
- Activity Feed - see all your message tracking activity in a real time feed!
- Quickly organize your inbox with customizable swipe actions.
- Push notifications and background mail syncing keep your inbox always up to date.
- Unified inbox and search across all your accounts.
"Polymail is the first mail app I genuinely love"
- Matthew Hussey, Editor-in-Chief of The Next Web
[Updated] Speed improvements when syncing a large number of new messages!
[Updated] Improvements to scroll performance when opening a thread with many unread messages!
[Fixed] Improved rendering of newsletters..
[Fixed] Display inline images for received messages with improper formatting.
Ratings and Reviews
Promising - Needs improvements
After replacing the default Mail app with Polymail around a year ago, Polymail has been my daily mail driver since. The easily-accessible UI, email tracking, and simple but clean design keep me from transitioning to another email client.
However, there are moments in which I ponder the thought of downloading another email app due to certain bugs that persistently reappear. The main issue being Polymail’s glitchy synchronization when deleting mail.
One of the major features that drives me to continue using Polymail is its 3D Touch feature during the lock screen. You can immediately delete, archive, or set an email to remind-you-later without opening the mail itself. However, I find myself re-deleting mail I had already deleted using the 3D feature. It has become an annoyance deleting all the mail from my lock screen AGAIN and ruins the point of having the feature. Polymail’s email badge also does not synchronize properly because of the above reason and it’s an eyesore to see.
But other than the synchronize issue (which I hope is solved in a future update), I believe I will continue using Polymail until another email client improves the swipe-actions better.
Promising, but no good to me without Exchange
I so wanted to make this my email app. Loved it on the trial run (and I greatly appreciate the free trial). There are some bugs. It often loads mail extremely slowly (so much so that sometimes, the notification pops up before the message is available). Badges are unreliable. Folders are inflexible. All that was dwarfed, though, by the excellent sender profile feature, especially the ability to access all files a contact has ever sent you in a single list just by opening the profile window, which in turn can be opened through any message from that contact. So for that, and the beautiful interface, I could have lived with the bugs in the hopes they would work them out eventually. But no support for Exchange is a deal breaker. One of my employers uses Exchange, it can’t be configured as IMAP, and Polymail could give no definitive answer as to when Exchange support would be forthcoming, though they’ve been talking about it since 2016. I have four jobs, which is an immense amount of information to keep organized; I need all my mail in one place. I’m finally making the jump from Mac Mail, but it won’t be to this. It’s not ready yet.
Don't like it
I thought I give Polymail another try after I was really not happy with it a year ago but I was really surprised to discover that my same complaints are still valid:
How can it be that I can't paste my account password in the login screen but have to enter it manually instead?? This is a hugr security risk as it promotes usage of passwords that are easy to remember rather than relying on a password manager. I use 30+ letter/digit/number passwords and not being able to paste them is a no-go for me from the get-go.
As I did want to try Polymail though, I did enter the password manually (real pain…) only to discover that I still cannot display folders/labels by account but that they are rather grouped together. Such a mess… I have 13 accounts but I stopped after three as it became unmanageable. I realize that 13 accounts is an edge case but even with three accounts and lots of folders, this is unacceptable.
I surely hope that these bugs/oversights can/will be fixed but until then, Polymail remains a merely ok email app.
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