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
83
4.2
User ratings
2161
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

User reviews of Kaiten Mail
Nice UI but constantly fails to send emails due to a java error. I so much wanted this to be the one. Hopefully fixes are coming.
May 23, 2012
Great app! But pleease add some HOLO-Design following the Google-guidlines.
Jul 5, 2012
Nice app. If you like K9, you'd love Kaiten ;-)
Oct 21, 2011
Love it!!
Jun 19, 2011
great app with cool interface
Jun 17, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 19, 2015
Crashes in Android 5.1 Select function crashes the program since Lollipop 5.1. Otherwise, great!
A Google User
Mar 15, 2015
No OpenKeychain Support No OpenKeychain Support, AGP is no longer available.
A Google User
Mar 14, 2015
Lost it's edge This long-time 'killer' Android email app is fading fast. A paid app without any recent refresh of either UI or feature-set...AND, NON-EXISTENT SUPPORT is inexcusable. In addition, it is showing a lot of issues with Lollipop. Too bad.
A Google User
Mar 4, 2015
Great, but crashes repeatedly Great app, but even after years, the backup does not save account ordering, nor which account is the default, nor the passwords, nor does it tell you *on the initial setup* when your passwords are wrong. THE APP ALSO CRASHES A DOZEN TIMES A DAY and has been doing so for at least a year. As of December 2015, long after the release of lollipop, the app hasn't been updated since March. Is this app abandoned?
A Google User
Feb 21, 2015
NOT RELIABLE This app has several features I really enjoy, but it is terrible about syncing non Gmail accounts. The Gmail app actually syncs with outlook and Yahoo much more reliably than kaiten. I have missed clients' communication and lost income from this, I have had to apologize to family for not replying because kaiten didn't sync. DO NOT RELY ON KAITEN. To make it worse, the developer doesn't bother to reply to support requests; mine or forums full of people online. Deeply disappointing.