There are plenty of free apps that the app doesnt monetize (more than the service you are already using but a different topic). The official gmail app, yahoo mail, Outlook, Protonmail. Mostly the apps that sell a mail service too. But that doesnt mean you cant use those for other types of accounts too.(edited for typos)
But why disagree? I am not a dev but if I use a free service I expect the devs to make money somehow to keep on making apps. I mean you can pay for an app if you don't want to be monetized in any way and then I would be pissed. But the app is free which should tell you something about how the devs are getting paid and the app itself tells you it collects and sells data.
You can't eat the cake and keep it at the same time.
Legit question... what does the Mail app not do for you? I use it for business every day, I'm not a power user at a fortune 100 company but it serves my purposes.
THIS!Apple needs to add something new to App Submittals, a checkbox that says "Collects NO User Data".
Works just fine for me. And works really well for filtering junk mail.
- Doesn’t honor different reply-to emails from senders.Legit question... what does the Mail app not do for you? I use it for business every day, I'm not a power user at a fortune 100 company but it serves my purposes.
You know that's just a string of text used as a signature, and you can edit it, right?...hence why they still include the “Sent from my iPhone” disclaimer.
Yes I know. Regular text works fine, which is what you use it for presumably. Doesn’t matter where or what type of business.You know that's just a string of text used as a signature, and you can edit it, right?
It works just fine for business. I can't disclose whom I work for other than to say we're global, but our iPhone users get on just fine. Maybe it just doesn't work for your specific use case.
Exactly. I would have still been with Apple Mail if it didn't break badly with iOS 13. No point in it looking nice or being private if it doesn't work.
Not actually tho. Take ProtonMail for example, you’re not the product lol. There are a few apps in the minority that don’t sell or use your data but they are usually paid apps for sure.You are the product anyway, no matter if it's a free or paid app/service.
Google does this as well, officially, no surprise here
Apple still has some "dignity" in this field, for now, LOL