With so many email clients now in the cloud, rather than the installed ones on your device, they’ve certainly taken a turn over the past few years. However, the installed apps have become more advanced and offer more features than the web-based service to keep customers interested.
For most users finding a good email client can mean the difference between getting on with your work or hitting your head against a desk in frustration. Here the best free email clients are reviewed to save you from headache.
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