Touchmail app for Windows 10 now lets you create new folders, permanently delete mail from trash
While Windows 10 comes with a default email client which is certainly usable, there are plenty other nice email client apps available on the Windows Store. One of them is Touchmail, a satisfying mail app I use daily on my Windows 10 hybrid laptop.
Touchmail for Windows 10 updated
The Touchmail for Windows 10 app has been bumped up from version 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206 and according to the changelog, users are now able to create new folders and permanently delete mail from trash.
The update itself is only one megabyte, so despite the fact that it does bring new features, they’re mostly minor ones.
If you use Touchmail on your Windows 10 device, let us know how your experience has been so far. If not, go ahead and download it from the Windows Store to give it a try. Here are some of its most important features:
Quickly delete a message by pushing up on the tile
Gmail, Outlook.com, Yahoo Mail, AOL, Office 365, iCloud and many IMAP email providers
See profile pictures and logos of senders
Spot the most important messages at a glance
Multiple accounts and full folder support all in one place
One-touch filters to see just unread messages or attachments
Add signatures to your emails
Color code messages by sender — spouse, coworkers, clients, etc.
Read your email even when you’re not online
The app currently has an average customer rating of 4.3 from almost 6000 votes; so, as you can see, it’s a definitely worth trying.
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