By Apps Gone Bananas LLC
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Secure Webmail allows you to quickly and safely access multiple webmail accounts.
★ Supports all popular webmail services including Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Windows Live(Hotmail), AOL, Outlook Web Access.
★ Ability to add custom webmail accounts.
★ Supports Passcode or Dot Lock password screens.
★ Ability to download attachments and send them to external applications.
★ Attachment Viewer
★ Unzip support
★ Manage unlimited accounts securely and easily
★ Ability to increase or decrease the font size
★ You don't have to enter password every time you need to check your email (just need to enter 4 digit passcode)
★ The app can be configured to delete all data after certain amount of unlock attempts fail
★ Push support through the box car app
What's New in Version 1.3.2
Fixed bug where the lock screen would not be responsive for the iPhone and iOS6
Brilliant for Hotmail
Please do not ever stop support for this wonderful app. Works perfectly. I was looking for a way to stay signed into my Hotmail account, and I did not want to load mail onto my phone or use the default Apple email app, which offers only limited features for Hotmail accounts. I wanted to be able to read my mail while keeping it on the server. Microsoft recently stopped us from being able to stay signed in on Safari using our iPhones. Each time after you close all Safari windows, you have to enter your login and password in order to view your hotmail. Was so annoying! This app solves that problem, and it gives me added security with an easy four-digit passcode. Clearing cache is also a cinch within this app. thank you! Five stars.
Exactly what I need!
It works perfectly with my basic Yahoo account! It is basically a passcode protected web browser which remembers your email passwords. Therefore, the mail UI depends solely on the mobile web interface of the email provider. It does not unnecessarily download emails. It does not provide for Yahoo Business mail just because Yahoo does not support its Business Mail on mobile browsers. You would need Yahoo Mail app (if you're lucky to be able to set it up) or the default Mail app for this. However, these two do not have passcode protection.
I like it but...
It definitely needs some updates and upgrades and the developers are uninterested in any feedback. But it is still the best as of yet.
Would be really awesome if you could upload files such as resumes to job seeking websites. I will never understand why that this capability does not exist on iOS, as it is simple enough to implement.
Also when you are using the in app browser it closes if you get a notification or switch apps, or accidentally swipe up the control center. Amazingly annoying. I know you can open it in Safari, but the built in browser is so much better for just quickly checking out an email advertisement etc.
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Dec 13, 2012
- Version: 1.3.2
- Size: 4.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Apps Gone Bananas LLC
- © Apps Gone Bananas LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.