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FairEmail

Privacy friendly email app
Version: 1.159
Added: 30-08-2018
Updated: 17-11-2018

This email app might be for you if your current email app:

  • takes long to receive or show messages
  • can manage only one email address
  • cannot show conversations
  • cannot work offline
  • looks outdated
  • is not maintained
  • stores your email on their servers
  • is closed source, potentially violating your privacy

This app is minimalistic by design, so you can concentrate on reading and writing messages.

This app starts a foreground service with a low priority status bar notification to make sure you'll never miss new email.

Main features

  • 100 % open source
  • Multiple accounts (inboxes)
  • Multiple identities (outboxes)
  • Unified inbox
  • Flat conversation threading
  • Two way synchronization
  • Offline storage and operations
  • Battery friendly
  • Low data usage
  • Material design

Pro features

  • Signatures
  • Dark/black theme
  • Account/identity colors
  • Reply templates
  • Search on server
  • Preview sender/subject/photo in new message notifications
  • Encryption/decryption (OpenPGP)
  • Export settings

Simple

  • Easy navigation
  • No unnecessary settings
  • No bells and whistles

Secure

  • Allow encrypted connections only
  • Accept valid security certificates only
  • Authentication required
  • Safe message view (styling, scripting and unsafe HTML removed)
  • Confirm opening links, images and attachments
  • No special permissions required
  • No advertisements
  • No analytics and no tracking
  • No Google backup

Efficient

  • IMAP IDLE (push messages) supported
  • Built with latest development tools and libraries
  • Android 6 Marshmallow or later required
  • FairEmail will work properly on devices without any Google service installed.

Note: FairEmail might occasionally crash on Motorola/Lenovo devices with Android 7 Nougat or earlier because of a bug in Android.

See here for a list of often asked questions.


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