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Editors' Review

by   / October 06, 2014

CloudMagic supports all major email services, including Gmail, Exchange, iCloud, Yahoo, Outlook, and IMAP accounts, displaying your emails in a streamlined interface through which you can easily manage them. On top of its excellent usability, it also comes with a passcode and quick action cards, which integrate with popular productivity apps.


Excellent email interface: CloudMagic's lightweight, polished interface impresses with its clear purpose and intuitive controls. The unified inbox shows all your emails from different email services in the same place, making deleting and archiving emails an effortless process that requires only a quick swipe to the left and then a mere tap.

CloudMagic cards: These tiny in-app plug-ins that integrate with popular productivity apps like Evernote or Todoist help you get work done straight from your inbox. With just two taps you can create a to-do list with Todoist or a Trello card from an email, add an email to Evernote, or view contacts through Salesforce.

Reliable: The app eats relatively few resources, doesn't drain the battery, and sends push notifications without issues for all email accounts. Furthermore, it adds a four-digit passcode as an extra layer of security, a handy feature if you're receiving important work emails in your inbox and don't want others to get their hands on them.


No font scaling: On some devices, the email preview font may seem small. There's no option for increasing the size of the font, and while the integrated pinching-and-zooming shows you the original email size, it doesn't zoom in uniformly like other email clients, magnifying only parts of the email.

Limited localization: At the moment, CloudMagic is available only in English, French, German, and Spanish.

Bottom Line

With its great interface and nifty features, CloudMagic looks like one of the most solid and reliable email management apps for Android. You'll find it especially useful if you receive a lot of emails every day that need to be dealt with quickly, or if you use several email accounts from different providers and want to enjoy the convenience of managing them within the same app. Overall, it's a great piece of software.

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Full Specifications


Publisher CloudMagic
Publisher web site
Release Date July 30, 2014
Date Added August 01, 2014
Version 5.0.32


Category Communications
Subcategory E-mail Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements Android 4.0

Download Information

File Size Not Available
File Name External File


Total Downloads 602
Downloads Last Week 2


License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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