Well that bites. I bought the Pro version a while back.Well with the info in this thread, I switched to Fairemail about a month ago and loved it. Got it all set up how I want and customized. Unfortunately, the developer has decided to end it so now am looking for a replacement. Too bad as it really was a very good app. He does still have the app available outside of the Play Store I think, but I have not gotten comfortable with that process as of yet.
I am comparing AquaMail, BlueMail, and Spark now. I like BlueMail but both it and Spark have a lot of recent reviews of problems that have come up with recent Android versions and not much, if any developer response. AquaMail seems good also, but the free version gets dinged for all the ads and the paid/$20.00 version only has a 3.8 rating in the Play Store and lots of complaints about intrusive popup advertising for other apps that the AquaMail developers have. So still a lot of research to do before I can replace Fairemail. Hopefully Fairemail will continue to work for a while as finding a new email app is not an easy task.
I have always used Gmail before I went to Fairemail a month or so ago. Fairemail ruined me for email apps and I will likely never be completely happy again with one.
I have been using aqua mail pro (but there is a free edition which allows 1 email account) for almost 10 years.
I think my Aquamail is fully up to date, but perhaps I should turn off auto update just in case!I don't know the answers for sure as I have not installed Aquamail. Even though it has been terminated, I plan to stick with Fairemail for as long as it still works well for me.
I have seen in other threads though that the complaints about bugs and ads are in more recent versions. Some also say Aquamail was recent sold to a new developer and that is the root of the issue and cause of many recent bad reviews in the Play Store. Also, the popup ads people complain about in the recent Pro versions are supposedly popups for the new developer's other apps. So maybe not technically ads, could be considered spam, I guess.
I've had problems with this in the past. Outlook is installed on my phone. In settings, the sync Outlook calendar option occasionally flips back to unchecked for some reason which causes the Android Calendar to not show my Outlook items. Once set, I don't use Outlook on my phone. It's just the only way I was able to get outlook calendar items to show up in Android. I can create calendar items in Android Calendar and it is syncing with my Outlook calendar.Microsoft outlook. One of the main reasons I tend to stick with Samsung is the amazing synching and overall integration between my outlook contacts and calander with the Samsung native calander and its own phone/ contact list. Same for e-mail.
One thing I always wish for is S-pen integration with outlook calander. Anything I write in the Samsung calander never synchs and therefore doesn't show on outlook calandar. I'm not sure if this is something lacking from Samsung's end or microsoft's. Either way I really hope it'll be implemented soon.