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General Discussion / Re: new mail app by Kostya
« Last post by Justin on October 16, 2020, 10:50:55 am »
@mikeone
There is not just one "current trend". Apps like FairEmail, Apps from Simple Mobile Tools getting more and more popular.

Employers (in europe) often prohibit access to their network or mails via cloud-based apps for privacy reasons. For example I'm not allowed to use Sugar Mail with my work's mail account. Regular IMAP is ok.



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Xiaomi redmi note 4
В настройках системы надо зайти в Уведомления/Уведомления приложений/AquaMail
Там проверить, чтобы были отмечены нужные настройки.
У меня там не был активирован пункт звук. Поставил, звук заработал. Но вибрация не работает нивкакую)
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General Discussion / Re: new mail app by Kostya
« Last post by mikeone on October 15, 2020, 11:56:41 pm »
Sure! Totally agree! The point I was trying to make was - when using a cloud based app it's better to use a paid app rather than a free app.
That's correct. I agree. But the current trend is that almost every new app is cloud-based and yet they are very popular.
So, substantial "market" therefore seems to exist.
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General Discussion / Re: new mail app by Kostya
« Last post by mikeone on October 15, 2020, 11:48:47 pm »
When there are servers involved( like in cloud based apps) there are recurring costs like server maintenance, server fees( if on contract, rent etc) so the developer will either charge the user for the costs or sell your data.  There is no other way! It's better to pay ( what normally costs less than a cup of coffee a day) for reliable email service and keep your data safe or use a free app and keep wondering how the developer is meeting their cost and making a few cents for himself.

The subscription fee seems to be around 12$/€ per year, or 1$/€ per month, or 3 Cents a day.

Well, that's not too bad.
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General Discussion / Re: new mail app by Kostya
« Last post by Mukossan on October 15, 2020, 08:41:56 pm »
I though he left AM due to health issues. Seems to back inte game again that is always good of course.

Wouldn't go for a cloud-based app like that though.
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How do I... / Re: How do I change the language?
« Last post by Suncatcher on October 15, 2020, 07:41:39 pm »


Many of my installed apps allow to change the language. And that is a good thing.

Correct. I also have plenty of apps that has language selection, so this Google limitation seems to be fake.
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How do I... / Re: How do I change the language?
« Last post by Justin on October 15, 2020, 05:57:45 pm »
@mikeone Many of my installed apps allow to change the language. And that is a good thing.

It is also helpful in this forum to discuss menu items in english, which you normally only know in your native language.
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How do I... / Re: How do I change the language?
« Last post by mikeone on October 15, 2020, 05:23:31 pm »
You have to change the language in the device’s system settings.

Due to new Google regulations the language can / may only be changed in the system settings.
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How do I... / Re: How do I change the language?
« Last post by Suncatcher on October 15, 2020, 03:22:44 pm »
Why I don't see the same Look and feel view as on your screenshot? How to change a language?

I'm on 1.26-1689 version.
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General Discussion / Re: new mail app by Kostya
« Last post by nadir husain on October 15, 2020, 11:08:38 am »
Sure! Totally agree! The point I was trying to make was - when using a cloud based app it's better to use a paid app rather than a free app.
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