EmailTray Tries to Give Users the Important Emails They Want to See

EmailTray Tries to Give Users the Important Emails They Want to See

Jun 15, 2012

Sometimes, when we want to check our email, the one thing that we want is to just see what’s important. The unread emails, and the ones from important people. All men may be created equal, but all emailers were not. That’s what EmailTray hopes to achieve with their app. This is the mobile version of the Windows email client, which sorts email by 3 priority levels, and allows one-tap access to unread email. Users can either log in with their existing EmailTray accounts, create a new account, or just log in with the email accounts they wish to use directly. Afterward, they can use the dropdown menu on top to view unread email, top priority email, low priority email, and no priority email. Priority is based on learning factors, such as replies to emails, or frequently-emailed contacts. Psuh notifications can be enabled for specific priority levels as well. *EmailTray* is free to download and try out from Google Play.

Carter Dotson
Carter Dotson, editor of Android Rundown, has been covering Android since late 2010, and the mobile industry as a whole since 2009. Originally from Texas, he has recently moved to Chicago. He loves both iOS and Android for what they are - we can all get along!
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  • EmailTray

    I may be biased because it’s my job to market EmailTray, but I really can’t live without this program on my Android. It only tells me if I have email in the top 2 out of 4 priority Inboxes (the fourth is spam). That way, I don’t have to bother myself checking third class emails because I’m not told they are there like other email programs will do.