CloudMagic for iPhone lets you search your inboxes faster and more efficiently than ever

CloudMagic for iPhone lets you search your inboxes faster and more efficiently than ever

CloudMagic is an alternative email client for iPhone that may look like any other third party email app but don't be fooled. The main goal of Cloud Magic is to provide the best search tools an email client can offer. Not only can you search individual accounts, you can search all your accounts at once, an invaluable tool for those of us with lots of inboxes.

If you find yourself struggling to find emails from a specific person that you know you saved, search can be daunting, especially if you have a lot of email accounts to manage. CloudMagic supports pretty much any account type you could have including Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook.com, iCloud, Google Apps, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Mail.com, GMX, AOL and other IMAP accounts.

CloudMagic is free to use for up to 3 email accounts. Upgrading to Pro gets you faster support (if you ever need it), an unlimited number of inboxes, an option to passcode lock the app itself, and the ability to remove the 'Sent from CloudMagic' footer. A Pro subscription will run you $50 a year which makes it a more expensive offering, but still not bad.

If you happen to try out CloudMagic, let us know in the comments what you think!

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Allyson Kazmucha

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CloudMagic for iPhone lets you search your inboxes faster and more efficiently than ever

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Interesting, I can see how this can be greatly helpful and beneficial. But for those like me that have lists and folders already to store specific emails in it's no problem to find what I'm looking for. The biggest issue for me sometimes is remembering which email I sent it from or received it at.

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Useful for someone who doesn't do a good job managing there accounts but I'm a neat freak when it comes to any thing bit and byte related

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So am I. You have no idea. Doesn't mean I always remember or can control what email someone sends something to. Instead of drilling down into different accounts the way you have to in the native mail app, I can use this app and search ones and it pulls everything.

The official Gmail app does the job for me. You just can't beat opening links in Chrome and other Google apps.

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Looks good. But only for people with a lot of accounts. For someone like me who has only two email ids, searching for mail is pretty easy and not at all time consuming in the stock app too.

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Im not a power email user so this app was a no brainer for me. I really like that it is inspired by the design of ios7 but steps it up and doesn't use it as a crutch like some apps are doing.

I have a hard time with 3rd part apps. I still don't think the integration with email is as good as I would like. I've had my best luck so far with the gmail app right now.

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I've been waiting for like forever for Mailbox to support other email providers beside from Gmail.
I've also tried Evomail but then I encountered a problem with deleting an email account attached to it. I've already checked their website and it's posted as a known issue already.
So now, I'm back to the stock Mail app of Apple. And I guess it wouldn't really hurt to try this especially since it was mentioned by you guys. Thanks.

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Trying it, so far I fail to see how this is any different from the stock mail app. I can add multiple accounts and search. What am I missing?

Not bad and it really handles all the different types of email accounts. Again, I want Apple to allow the mailto URI to be able to launch it.

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Not bad. I like the look of the UI a lot but Mailbox is the way to go for me. Maybe I'll keep it simply for the searching feature but I don't see myself using that too much. Thanks for the review Ally!

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I use the Gmail app for personal email, and it works fine. I use an enterprise app for work email. That's it. For those of you who've tried this app, is there any reason someone like me to use it?

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