Features

  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Send and receive messages from the people you care about
  • Share photos, videos, and documents
  • Quickly scan messages in your inbox with continuous scroll
  • Multi-select messages to organize your inbox faster
  • Mark messages as favorites so you can keep track of important messages
  • Search across all email folders
  • Auto-complete email addresses from your Yahoo! Contacts as you type
  • Pinch to zoom in on a message to get a closer look
  • Customize your inbox with themes that carry across devices
  • Ability to group messages by subject line to unclutter your Inbox
  • Multiple Yahoo! Accounts support
  • Integrations with Flickr and Dropbox repositories for easier file sharing
  • Storage and more: 1TB mail storage, disposable email addresses, enhanced filters and mail forwarding are now available for everyone
  • Conversations can be easily be turned on or off in the app Settings.

App details


Version notes

- Bug fixes.


Ratings and reviews

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1 stars out of 5
· 4/23/2016
Very aggravating.

Most of the time it doesn't load. Just spins and spins. I was hoping for an application that used Yahoo web-mail similar to what I get with the applications on my iPad and iPhone. My expectations were too optimistic.

3 stars out of 5
· 9/19/2014
Have to login all the time

App is great but few basic features missing 1. Have to login all the time and there is no way to save login information. 2. No easy way to Delete, reply, forward a email it is a two steps process. Open app menu and then you can delete, reply or forward email

4 stars out of 5
· 7/16/2014
Easy to Use

This app is easy to use and nice to look at. The few gripes I have it the fact that you have to swipe up in order to reveal the "delete message" icon (please add a delete button to the screen without having to bring up the menu first). Also, once a week I have to re-sign in to the app. Other than these complaints, the app looks beautiful in full screen!

1 stars out of 5
· 5/21/2014
Decent

Only give it 3 stars because it randomly loses my log in info.. sucks to have to keep logging In. UPDATE: Still logging me out basically everyday. So tired of it that I switched to outlook. Dropped rating to 1 star.

2 stars out of 5
· 5/9/2014
log in issues

Log in issues for both accounts that I have it doesn't stay logged in, into the accounts and the performance is horrible since is not manageable like the application on my Samsung galaxy note 2 which I love the performance in how I manage my email accounts, wish it will work the same or better.

2 stars out of 5
· 5/3/2014
excellent app, but problems with login

Clean, easy to use, love the new select all function. update 05/2014: for the last several months, the app logs me out very often, requiring re-logging in all the time, please fix.

2 stars out of 5
· 3/29/2014
Glitches

This app needs some work. Problems noted are: 1. Threading does not work well. Often cannot see latest message when opening a thread. 2. App stops working whenever you click on an email link in IE. Causes the app to stop working and requires uninstall and reinstall (often many times to successfully reinstall.) 3. Yahoo Mail in IE also dysfunctional. Cursor shows up about an inch and a half above where type appears. If you move away from your text, cannot return to the end of it to continue typing.

5 stars out of 5
· 1/25/2014
Great App! Would certainly recommend.

What makes this app great: - Like the UI - Like the ability to set your own background. - Like the transparent view of your message list - Like the speed - it's pretty fast compared to others out there. - Like the fact when you check a message, the action pane gets focus at the bottom What bothers me the most: - Errors out when fetching new messages - No quick buttons to delete or flag mail similar to Yahoo Web Mail. All and all, nicely done.

2 stars out of 5
· 12/28/2013
Meh

Web version only shows email images with your permission. This app, however, shows them all the time with no obvious way to turn them off. The user has apparently no control over it. Forget about message drag-and-drop. To move a message, you must select it, then use little popup menu at bottom and choose a folder. There's also no obvious way to sort messages. If that feature is in there, it's hidden. Almost all image-based themes make it difficult to read text. Choose one with solid colors. This app only recommended if you must use touch screen tablet, otherwise, you're better off with the web site.

1 stars out of 5
· 12/28/2013
Yahoo Mail "upgrades"

The newest versions of Yahoo! Mail do not make me want to "Yahoo!" I have some other choice words. Bring back the flexibility in viewing messages and inbox configuration. If I didn't have such a long history with my yahoo address (1998) I would jump ship completely, for now I manage between two different email providers.


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