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Change your default mail app on iPhone

Do you use your mail.com account as your primary email address? Do you have our Mail App installed on your iPhone or iPad? Final question: Did you know that you can now set mail.com as the default email app on Apple devices? Find out how – in three easy steps! more
334 people found this article helpful.

Sign up for mail.com email right in our mobile app

Are you interested in downloading and using the mail.com mobile app? The mail.com app is a great choice for your mobile communication needs because it combines your email and cloud storage in a single application. You don’t need a mail.com account before you download – you can create an email account right in the app. more
331 people found this article helpful.

What is dark mode? And how do you activate it?

The mail.com Mail Apps for iPhone and Android both offer dark mode. But have you ever wondered why people use dark mode? And is dark mode really better for your eyes and your device’s battery? more
756 people found this article helpful.

What is a cache? Uses, types and what happens when you clear it

“Have you tried clearing the cache?” If you’ve ever been frustrated by glitches when using a website or app or needed more storage space on your device, you may have heard this question. If a website is not displaying correctly, sometimes clearing your browser cache can help. Today our blog explains what a cache is and why it may need to be cleared. more
93 people found this article helpful.

mail.com Mail App: 5 advantages of our apps for iPhone & Android

Looking for a superior email experience on your smartphone? We recommend the free mail.com Mail App! Optimized for your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone or tablet, no complicated setup is needed – simply download, log in with your mail.com account, and start enjoying its many convenient features immediately. more
95 people found this article helpful.

Protect your email app with fingerprint or facial recognition

If you use the mail.com Mail App on your iOS or Android mobile device, you may want to protect your account against unauthorized access without having to completely log in and out each time you check your email or use your cloud. So why not enable biometric authentication? It only takes a few taps! more
761 people found this article helpful.

Scan documents on your iPhone in just a few taps

If you need to scan a document, your smartphone is often the most convenient option – after all, most of us have our phone close at hand most of the time. Taking a usable snapshot of a document with your camera can be tricky, so you may think you need to install a special scanning app on your iPhone. But we’ll show you otherwise! more
117 people found this article helpful.

How to stop spam text messages: Prevent, block and report

We all hate spam text messages! And if it seems like you’ve been receiving more of them, it’s not just your imagination – as spam email and spam calls face increasing obstacles in the form of blocklists and government regulations, spammers have been increasingly turning to spam text messages. more
116 people found this article helpful.

How to turn off autocorrect on your phone

Sometimes autocorrect can save us from embarrassing typos. Other times it can drive us crazy – like when it overzealously corrects the names of our friends with unusual spellings. And sometimes things go completely wrong, and we end up texting our kids that they can watch Harry Potty tonight. Luckily, if you don’t like using autocorrect, it’s easy to turn it off. more
18 people found this article helpful.

Automatic photo upload with the mail.com mobile apps

Does your smartphone double as your camera? Nowadays most people answer that question with a “Yes!” But is it also the only place you save your photos? If your phone is lost, stolen or damaged, this could mean losing all your precious memories.

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Don’t stress about backing up your photos – activate automatic uploads

Why take that risk when you can activate automatic photo backups instead?

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16 people found this article helpful.

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