I've recently switched to a Pixel but the one thing that I've noticed is that I can't seem to find an e-mail app on Android that supports sending from iCloud aliases. I have a main account name that I use for logging in only, then I have 3 other aliases that I use for different things such as personal, professional and all others. This allows me to keep my login name separately from my e-mail addresses and also ties my accounts together without having to register multiple e-mail addresses and thus maintaining separate passwords/two-factor authentication for all. I can receive e-mail sent to those aliases, I just can't reply or send new e-mail from any of those aliases. Does anybody know of an app that would allow me to use my iCloud aliases in this way? --- Post Merged, Nov 17, 2016 --- Update: After testing out some e-mail apps, I've found that Outlook can handle this. In Outlook go to: Settings, then select your iCloud account, then go to Advanced Settings, then Add Alias. To setup iCloud aliases can be done by following this support article: https://support.apple.com/kb/ph2622?locale=en_US Then you can send or reply to e-mail. One thing I will note is that it doesn't seem to default to the alias that the sender used. This is somewhat annoying as I am used to this in the iOS mail app, but it's better than what I was doing before!