Apple iOS 14/iPadOS 14 announced the first batch of apps allowed to be set as default email

Apple iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 allow users to set third-party apps as the default browser apps for iPhone and iPad. In addition, users can also set third-party applications such as Google Gmail as the default mail application for iOS devices.

According to the American technology media The Verge, due to the presence of sensitive information in emails, Apple told developers that email applications “must meet specific functional standards to ensure the privacy and accuracy of user access . ” This also means that all third-party email applications may take some time to adapt the software to meet Apple’s requirements.

So far, alternative default email applications that can be confirmed include:

  • Airmail
  • Boomerang
  • Canary
  • Gmail
  • Hey
  • Outlook
  • Polymail
  • Spark
  • Spike
  • Twobird
  • Yandex.Mail

At present, we do not know when third-party email applications such as NetEase Mail, QQ Mail, Yahoo, Edison Mail, etc. will support the new default settings of iOS 14.

Naijatechnews understands that users can open the “Settings” application, scroll down to these mailbox applications in the application list, and select “Default Mail Application” to set the application as the default email application on ‌iPhone‌ or ‌iPad‌‌ .

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