By now, we’ve all been at one of those hang-outs where you’re looking through a ton of messages and it’s a huge mess.
It’s the worst thing ever.
Now imagine being stuck in this position.
You’re a business person, trying to do your job and you’re not sure if you should keep checking your phone.
Do you have a solution?
Here are 10 apps that help you stay on top of your emails.1.
Gmail: It’s been around since the 90s, and it helps keep your inbox clean.
You can set up your Gmail inbox and set it up for your personal Gmail account.2.
iGoogle: This email app allows you to get notifications and messages from your contacts on your phone so you don’t miss out on the most important conversations.3.
iSpy: The only email app that’s been able to keep your messages safe.
It comes with a cloud backup so you can back up your messages when you lose your phone or need to wipe the data from your phone, so it’s never a problem.4.
OneDrive: If you’re in need of a backup solution for your phone (or email) then OneDrive is the app for you.
It can backup all of your data in one place, as well as sync all of the messages, contacts, and calendar events in your phone to your computer, tablet, or PC.5.
iMessage: This messaging app lets you send and receive messages from people in your email list.
It also lets you create a private conversation and use that to send and read private messages.6.
Google+: Google+ is a messaging app with a lot of great features.
It lets you have up to 30,000 people in a conversation, which is great if you’re trying to meet new people.
It even has a feature called “group messaging” so you could group together people from all over the world and have a conversation.
But that’s not all.
You also have the ability to share photos, messages, and videos and you can even share audio files, videos, and photos.
This makes Google+ one of the best messaging apps out there.7.
WhatsApp: WhatsApp is a free messaging app that can be used as an email, text, video, or music client.
It has a beautiful design and can handle most of the most common messaging protocols.
It will even let you share videos, photos, and audio with other users.8.
Signal: Signal is an encrypted messaging app for iOS and Android that has been downloaded more than 20 million times.
It is the easiest way to send encrypted messages, or listen to a conversation using a voice call.9.
Telegram: Telegram is an open platform that allows anyone to make and receive encrypted messaging and video chats.
You will also be able to send messages with other people who are also using Telegram, which can be great for sharing content.10.
Signal Plus: Signal Plus has been around for years and it has received an upgrade to the Signal Plus app.
It provides more features and makes it easier to send secure messages and audio files.11.
Mailinator: This is a popular messaging app from the likes of Google that helps you keep track of all of those emails you’ve sent and received.
It’ll let you keep a list of all your messages and track the status of each email.
It syncs with Google Drive and Google Docs.12.
Send.me: This free email service lets you manage all of these messages and get a notification when a message is received.13.
Whatsapp: Whatsapp lets you message people from your Google+ and Facebook accounts.
It works with most of your contacts so you won’t have to worry about keeping track of everyone’s messages.14.
Signal Messenger: Signal Messenger is a group texting app for the iPhone and Android.
It uses the same features as WhatsApp but it allows you chat with your friends from your mobile device.15.
SignalPlus: SignalPlus has a free app for Android, iPhone, and iPad that lets you set up private chats.16.
Mailto: This app lets people send you messages from their mobile devices.
It offers support for different mobile platforms, such as Android, iOS, and Mac.17.
Snapchat: Snapchat allows you send photos and videos to friends on your mobile phone or iPad.18.
Signal Messaging: Signal messaging lets you share content in a group, and then add users and groups to a private message.19.
Google Hangouts: This chat app lets users text, tweet, and share content with others in a private setting.20.
Telegram Messenger: Telegram Messenger is an easy to use messaging app built for both Android and iOS.
It helps you stay in touch with your contacts and has an amazing user interface.21.
WhatsApp and Telegram: WhatsApp and Signal Messenger let you create private groups and send private messages from both mobile platforms.22.
Telegram and Signal: Telegram and Telegram let you communicate using encrypted messaging.23.