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It doesn't matter who you are. There's simply no way of getting around the fact that everyone needs to use email at some point in their lives. Just because that's true, however, doesn't mean you need to stick with an inferior email app on your iPhone if you don't want to.

Best Ios Mail Apps

Starting with the release of iOS 14 in 2020, Apple finally did one of the things it should have done years ago: Let users change their default web browsers and email apps.

Safari and the iPhone Mail app are both perfectly usable, but freedom is always a good thing. Whether you like Gmail, ProtonMail, or Outlook, you can tell your iPhone to route all email-related activity straight to the corresponding mobile app.

Before you begin. There are a few things to keep in mind and check: When you make an iOS.

That's good in and of itself, but what's even better is how easy it is to do this. Here's how:

  1. Make sure you have the app you want to use installed on your iPhone.

  2. Open the Settings app and scroll down to the alphabetical list of every app on your iPhone. Tap the email app you'd like to set as your default.

  3. You should see a 'Default Mail App' setting in the next menu. Tap that and then select which app you want to be your default email app.

And voila! You've done it. Whenever you do anything pertaining to email on your iPhone, it'll automatically get directed to that app instead of the default Mail app. It's a shame iPhones had to be around for more than a decade before users could do this, but hey, better late than never. Godspeed and good luck.

Hello Buffalo_12,

Thank you for using Apple Support Communities! I understand that you would like to know if the Mail app on your iPhone X will support OAuth 2.0, which is being required to continue accessing your Office 365 email account.

Accessing an Exchange account that uses modern authentication (OAuth 2.0) is currently supported on iOS:

Ios Mail App

It's possible there may be additional steps you'll need to take to configure the account on your iPhone once the account has been converted to modern authentication. You may want to consider reaching out to Microsoft, or your IT administrator, to confirm what steps you may need to take when this happens:

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