Mymail Becomes Most Popular Alternative Email App For Android And Ios

Apple loses 5% of mobile enterprise share to Android, but it’s Microsoft that should worry – Yahoo Finance

According to data from app analytics company Distimo, the myMail app has passedother options to become the most popular alternative mail app for both Android and iOS, behind only Gmail and Yahoo Mail. Since launching in November 2013, myMail has overtaken popular apps like Mailbox, Cloudmagic, and K-9 Mail, first taking the lead in iOS downloads in March. The latest figures show that the company’s focus on design, usability, and mobile-centric email is paying off. It’s gained top position in many established markets including the USA, Canada, Germany, France, the UK, Brazil, Japan, India, Spain, Mexico and Australia.
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Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Apple loses 5% of mobile enterprise share to Android, but its Microsoft that should worry By Kevin C. Tofel 14 minutes ago 0 shares Content preferences Done Much to the chagrin of companies such as Microsoft, BlackBerry and Google, Apple iOS devices arestill dominating mobility in Android Sentral Uptodate the enterprise. Apples hold over the workplace is diminishing, however, according to research from Good Technologies. The company, which tracks device activations in enterprises, published a mid-year report (PDF) suggesting Android is making gains over iOS . Goods data, found by The Next Web , suggests iPhones and iPads accounted for 67 percent of those activations in the secondquarter of 2014.
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