Mail client for Wear OS watches

Wear OS

Mail for Wear OS (Android Wear) & Gmail is a program for viewing the contents of mailboxes from your smart watch. With the program you can read and send emails, write new emails using the keyboard and emoticons – all on your smart watch.

Support offline access to your email on your Android Wear 2 watch in conjunction with your iOS or Android phones.

Program Features

Easy setup:

  • Sign in quickly with your Google account
  • Quick sign-in with your email and password for Outlook, Yahoo and more
  • Ability to add an IMAP account from other email providers
  • Add multiple accounts

Mailbox:

  • Viewing incoming messages on the watch
  • Read all mail
  • View attachments in emails
  • Mark as read
  • Attachments can be downloaded automatically
  • Display your mail in a structured way with clickable hyperlinks using the Wear Internet Browser

Postal Action:

  • Prompt responses
  • Prompt manipulation of mail archive, marking, deletion
  • Actions available for mail cards and mailboxes

Search for mail:

  • Ability to search for mail using the keyboard or voice search

Full version features

  • Ability to customize real name and signature
  • Ability to customize template texts
  • Capability to set up automatic image uploads
  • Ability to customize a vibration pattern for the sender of an email, email prefix, or for all account messages
  • Ability to select a specific template or create your own
  • Ability to customize categories for cards: primary, social, forums, updates
  • Ability to customize card style

Wear email client is compatible with all Wear OS (Android Wear) smart watches such as:

  • Motorola Moto 360
  • LG Watch (Urbane, Sport, R, Style, …)
  • Samsung Gear Live
  • Sony SmartWatch 3
  • ASUS ZenWatch (1, 2, 3)
  • Huawei (2, Leo-BX9, Leo-DLXX, …)
  • And many others

Advertising and paid content

  • Ads are present
  • No information about paid content
  • There is a paid version

Download Mail client for Wear OS watches from Google Play

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