Kaiten Mail

Kaiten Mail


Kaiten Mail is a gorgeous and incredibly powerful email client for Android.


★★★ Features ★★★

• Supports multiple IMAP, POP3, Exchange 2003/2007 (via WebDAV) accounts
• Push mail using IMAP IDLE
• Rich text editing
• Unified Inbox
• Display contact pictures
• Threaded message view
• Split-screen view
• Email signatures
• BCC to self
• Rich notifications (mark as read, reply, or delete directly from notifications)
• Encrypt and sign messages using the OpenPGP standard (when APG is installed)
• Settings import/export
• Keyboard shortcuts
• Lots of configuration options

Please note that Kaiten currently does NOT support Exchange ActiveSync.


★★★ Use Kaiten for free ★★★

If you want to try Kaiten out for free (or just use it forever for free) try out the ad-supported version here: http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kaitenmail.adsupported


★★★ Support ★★★

If you're having trouble with Kaiten, drop us a line and we'll do everything we can to help you out. We'd love to hear how you'd like Kaiten to improve. Join us at http://kaitenmail.uservoice.com/


★★★ Kaiten's origin ★★★

Kaiten is based on the popular open source app K-9 Mail and was built by K-9's lead developers Jesse and Chris. By buying Kaiten you not only get an awesome email client, you also support the open source version because almost all of the new features are contributed to K-9 Mail.

The name is a play on K-9. Kaiten is a Japanese word that means rotation and sounds a lot like K10 or K-10.

Recent changes:
v2.017
• Added work-around for Asus Transformer display bug
• Added support for apps that don't know how to properly use Android's 'share' functionality
• Avoid adding the same recipient twice when using "reply to all"
• Fixed a bug with IMAP Push that could cause excessive battery drain
• Fixed problems with inline images not showing on KitKat
• Updated Dutch, Ukrainian, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Slovak, Danish, Russian translation
• More bug fixes
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$4.99
81
4.1
User ratings
2222
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
3326 kb
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About Kaiten Mail
Kaiten Mail is a gorgeous and incredibly powerful email client for Android.


★★★ Features ★★★

• Supports multiple IMAP, POP3, Exchange 2003/2007 (via WebDAV) accounts
• Push mail using IMAP IDLE
• Rich text editing
• Unified Inbox
• Display contact pictures
• Threaded message view
• Split-screen view
• Email signatures
• BCC to self
• Rich notifications (mark as read, reply, or delete directly from notifications)
• Encrypt and sign messages using the OpenPGP standard (when APG is installed)
• Settings import/export
• Keyboard shortcuts
• Lots of configuration options

Please note that Kaiten currently does NOT support Exchange ActiveSync.


★★★ Use Kaiten for free ★★★

If you want to try Kaiten out for free (or just use it forever for free) try out the ad-supported version here: http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kaitenmail.adsupported


★★★ Support ★★★

If you're having trouble with Kaiten, drop us a line and we'll do everything we can to help you out. We'd love to hear how you'd like Kaiten to improve. Join us at http://kaitenmail.uservoice.com/


★★★ Kaiten's origin ★★★

Kaiten is based on the popular open source app K-9 Mail and was built by K-9's lead developers Jesse and Chris. By buying Kaiten you not only get an awesome email client, you also support the open source version because almost all of the new features are contributed to K-9 Mail.

The name is a play on K-9. Kaiten is a Japanese word that means rotation and sounds a lot like K10 or K-10.

Recent changes:
v2.017
• Added work-around for Asus Transformer display bug
• Added support for apps that don't know how to properly use Android's 'share' functionality
• Avoid adding the same recipient twice when using "reply to all"
• Fixed a bug with IMAP Push that could cause excessive battery drain
• Fixed problems with inline images not showing on KitKat
• Updated Dutch, Ukrainian, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Slovak, Danish, Russian translation
• More bug fixes

Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Was 5 stars, now "left for dead" I loved this email app, bought the pro version, and used it happily for a long time. Sadly, the dev seems to have moved on. It still works well on 4.X, but it has some idiosyncracies on lollipop that I couldn't live with, so I moved away from it to Aquamail, which is actually quite a bit better, and the free version includes most features your average person would use.
A Google User
5 days ago
Bad app issue and zero support. After years of use, it suddenly stops opening links, many crashes. Repeatedly contacted support and and receive none... NO ANSWERS and no support. Bummed.
A Google User
6 days ago
Includes almost all I expect from a mobile email IMAP client, except PGP/Mime. Handles multiple accounts without much problems and let you define most used folders for quick access and sorting. OK everyday use. However, it seems the devlopers have abandoned it, and problems are not fixed.
A Google User
Jun 29, 2015
Update well overdue SG5. For those on Lollipop that are experiencing non functioning email Web links (ERR_CACHE_MISS) and having to flip the phone to get some emails to display, I can advise that installing the beta version of Android System Webview 44.0.2403.64 has solved those issues for me.
A Google User
Jun 24, 2015
Like it Great Job but need option to print email, please
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