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9 Outlook Alternatives For iPhone, Android

Microsoft Outlook is a popular mobile email app, but it's far from your only option. Here is a list of alternatives for iOS and Android if you want to try something new.
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Boxer
Boxer is a suite of mobile email, calendar, and contacts apps that handles Gmail, Outlook, iCloud, Yahoo, and AOL accounts. The developers behind Boxer created the app to communicate and work more efficiently.
Some noteworthy features include Gmail label support, smart folders that remember where you prefer to file documents, a dashboard of important and time-sensitive items, contacts integration with social media, and the ability to customize swipes to delete, archive, send to spam, or other actions. Boxer is integrated with common services like Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Salesforce, and Twitter for quick access.
Business users may want to check out VMware Boxer, a mobile email app created to keep corporate data secure and compliant while giving users access to their work messages, calendar, and contacts across devices.
Boxer is available for $4.99 on iOS and free with in-app purchase options for Android.
(Image: Apple App Store)

Boxer

Boxer is a suite of mobile email, calendar, and contacts apps that handles Gmail, Outlook, iCloud, Yahoo, and AOL accounts. The developers behind Boxer created the app to communicate and work more efficiently.

Some noteworthy features include Gmail label support, smart folders that remember where you prefer to file documents, a dashboard of important and time-sensitive items, contacts integration with social media, and the ability to customize swipes to delete, archive, send to spam, or other actions. Boxer is integrated with common services like Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Salesforce, and Twitter for quick access.

Business users may want to check out VMware Boxer, a mobile email app created to keep corporate data secure and compliant while giving users access to their work messages, calendar, and contacts across devices.

Boxer is available for $4.99 on iOS and free with in-app purchase options for Android.

(Image: Apple App Store)

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4/19/2016 | 11:21:00 AM
What about Calendar?
This is a great rundown of email apps.

Outlook is a great customer management tool.  For customer management, you need a good contact list, calendar and task list all connected.  Check out DejaOffice CRM for Outlook for a simple tool that puts contacts calendar tasks and notes all in one spot.  On android it has some great widgets so you can see your day and month schedule without opening the app.
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