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Although Yahoo is no longer among the most popular email services in the world, its mobile app is one of the best email applications we have ever worked with.

Registration date
Friday April 3, 2015
Last seen
October 18, 2021

The Yahoo Mail App is a mobile application to organize your Yahoo Mail, whilst it can also be used to connect accounts of other providers, including Gmail, Outlook and AOL. Yahoo Mail is available for Android and iOS. This is our Yahoo Mail download page.

Key Features

  • Versatile: You can use this application in order to log in to Yahoo Mail and also to add your Gmail, Outlook, or AOL accounts. Furthermore, you can create customized settings, colors and notifications so that you can easily distinguish each separate email account.
  • Easily Subscribe: The applications gives you a clear overview of all the mailing lists you are subscribed to. From here, you can opt-out from unwanted subscriptions in just one single tap on the screen.
  • Attachments View: Besides the slick looking Yahoo Mail Inbox design, the app features several alternative views that can come out super handy. One of our personal favorites is the Attachments View. This section provides a clutter-free overview from which you can see all your photos and files attachments. Another cool view is the People View, which only shows emails from your favorite contact persons.

Is Yahoo Mail Free?

Both Yahoo Mail and the Yahoo App can be used free of charge. If you prefer a completely ad-free email experience, you can subscribe to Yahoo Mail Plus. This premium email service has a monthly price of $5.

Other Platforms

The download on this page is for the Yahoo App for Android. If you are an iOS user, you can get the Yahoo Mail app for iPhone here.

System Requirements

  • Android: The exact Android system requirements may vary based on the device you are using.
  • iOS: iOS 13.0 or later and 259 MB available storage space.

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