It’s a good idea to install an email client even though you can acces your email by browser, because it makes things easier for you and also comes with different features that you might like and consider useful. The top 5 such clients are :
1. Apple Mail
This is Apple’s built in email client that works great and is easy to set up. All incoming emails are shown in the notification bar so you won’t miss a thing. If you have more than one email account, let’s say one for work and one for personal stuff for example, you have them all set up in on client, making it much more easy for you to manage all your accounts.
2. Air Mail
Air Mail is a well known email client for Mac, that allows the integration of several accounts, and makes checking your email very easy. It excels in the attachment area, giving you the option to drag and drop the attachment directly into your email, or getting them from your Google Drive or Dropbox account, if that’s what you want.
One of the best out there, Sparrow offers quick and painless clearing of your inbox, it’s main focus being clean emails without clusters. It also has a Facebook extension so you can stay in touch with your friends right from the app.
Unibox focuses on organizing emails. With this client, you can sort your emails by contacts, having the possibility of seeing just the emails you received from a specific person. Also, the attachments come with preview therefore you don’t have to necessarily click on them or download them.
5. Mozilla Thunderbird
This one is from the creators of Mozilla Firefox, and it is probably the client with the most simplistic (but efficient) design. It has a very simple install wizard and once that’s done, a lot of features open up before you.
Everyone uses email these day therefore everyone should give these clients a try. They are making the whole email experience easy and painless, and some offer features that aren’t included with the standard web browser version from your email provider.