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The Best App to Manage Gmail on Windows 10 in 2021

Posted by Alexis Dolle on October 14, 2020

Best app to manage Gmail on Windows 10

Alexis Dolle
Head of Growth

Analyzes data, eats data, drinks data, lives for data and helps the Mailbird team to build a more awesome experience.

Published on October 14, 2020

What’s the best way to manage Gmail on Windows 10? Well, with over 500,000 email accounts (a majority of them being Gmail addresses), Mailbird is growing in popularity as the best  email client for Windows users with Gmail accounts.

Why Do So Many Users Opt for Mailbird to Manage Gmail on Windows 10?

Mailbird has all the functionality you need to easily manage multiple accounts.

Mailbird allows you to manage an unlimited number of email accounts (Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft – all of them). And it’s not just the option to add multiple Gmail accounts that stands out, but the ability to do it conveniently with your Gmail desktop app.

If you connect the Unified Inbox, you can also use features like folders and search across all your Gmail accounts at the same time. No need to switch between tabs when you’re looking for something.

Mailbird looks amazing and in tune with the Windows 10 design.

Mailbird email client in tune with Windows 10 design

No doubt about it, one of the biggest compliments Mailbird gets from its users is that it looks gorgeous. Especially if you are used to the other popular clients out there (like the Windows 10 Mail app) for managing your email, you will appreciate all the theme customization options that come with Mailbird. Color, layout, font — anything can be changed to suit your preferences.

Mailbird is also compatible with Windows 11.

If you’re going to upgrade your PC to the newest Windows version, Mailbird is up and running with the change. Mailbird’s functionality fits seamlessly into the improved operating system, and we’re constantly on the lookout to make sure you get the best possible experience when transitioning to version 11.

Mailbird has a Unified Inbox.

Mailbird Windows 10 mail app unified inbox

As mentioned just above — one inbox, all your Gmail accounts. Mailbird lets you stay on top of all your accounts with a single interconnected space. It’s also customizable, so you can add the ones you want and keep irrelevant or less-important emails out of your inbox for less clutter and fewer distractions. Or color code different Gmail accounts so you don’t get lost in the daily correspondence.

Now, if you find it too distracting to have all your emails in one inbox, you can also view each Gmail account individually.

Mailbird is easy to use.

Especially if you are looking for a switch from the Outlook email client, for example, you will appreciate how dead-easy it is to get started with Mailbird. It’s designed to be intuitive and includes all the features you need – presented in a clear and sensible way.

So, Why Not Give Mailbird a Try?

We can continue telling you about why Mailbird is the best way to manage your Gmail account on Windows 10 or 11, but it is even easier to try it out yourself. In fact, if you are switching from another email client, you can even auto-magically import your accounts and settings when adding your first account.

Alexis Dolle
Head of Growth

Analyzes data, eats data, drinks data, lives for data and helps the Mailbird team to build a more awesome experience.

Published on October 14, 2020


43 thoughts on "The Best App to Manage Gmail on Windows 10 in 2021"

  • I hate that you can have only one inbox account @ free version tbh

  • Syed Rehan Ali says:

    Is it just for Gmail, or other email accounts can also be setup ?

  • Adam Davies says:

    I really hope that Mailbird takes a note of how Polymail manages the GMail accounts. It actually enables you to use the updates, social & promotions tabs to keep your inbox clean and only containing direct contact and important emails. Unfortunately it is only for Mac at this time but it shows that it is clearly possible to bring these filters across to a desktop platform. Please Mailbird take note and add this, I installed your application on the laptop I am using now as a simple got to for emails etc on the go and I forgot how much those filters allow me to get through my day I uninstalled your application within about 15 minutes because of constant notifications that I never have to deal with but can always view once my inbox is clear. Hope this is noted.

  • Tim Tensen says:

    Great with all apps I use for work

  • Mieczyslaw Szustakowski says:

    Gmail looks and work great!

  • Compatibility

  • Hania Balewicz says:

    Nice is integration with Google apps

  • I mostly appreciate multiple account support and well organized interface. On the down side, after two days I couldn’t find how to increase font in email reading pane.

  • Shane Hinchliffe says:

    Gmail is great for the access and convenience , but bolt a fantastic app on top (Mailbird) and the productivity increases are staggering!!! Thanks MB

  • Gmail is well-organized and I love the layout. But I also love mailbird’s layout so I’m stuck in between

  • usman riaz says:

    Gmail is just a best solution for my problems

  • I love Gmail’s spam filtering!

  • Samuel Gomes says:

    Gmail has revolutionized the e-mail. It’s features were and are still copied by other companies. It’s not hard to decide why to use Gmail.

  • Rama wayoga says:

    Gmail is simple. And they always make update that make they looks better 😀 I love all about gmail

  • Gmail very comfortable and visually appealing email service. The level of convenience and functionality exceeds all known to me postal services.

  • Jorge Alberto Granados Parra says:

    Integration with other Google apps

  • Leonardo Dias says:

    I like de clean interface of Gmail, and the automated social, updates, promotion highlighters.

  • Gmail is rock-solid for my basic needs. The Mailbird client application appears as though it would make message management easier!

  • Jose Ramon Castelo Pardo says:

    I Like the speed searching messages of gmail

  • Maher Suleiman says:

    its gmail ! what can said more than that LOL

  • It’s safe, however it was blocked by government.

  • Melissa Cleaver says:

    I love gmail’s integration with every other app I use.

  • ing.alfano says:

    gmail the best email ever, mailbird the best email client ever. Period.

  • aleksandra3405 says:

    I have Gmail account since college, 2006. I’m using it as my personal account, for signups like this one.

  • Замечательный почтовый клиент, я разгреб с его помощью кучу захламленных почтовых ящиков!

  • I’m still working with Thunderbird – but will give Mailbird a shot…

  • I use Gmail because is fast, and works

  • Mailbird or Zimbra trying both on different computers now

  • Salvador Limonez says:

    Gmail is nice and accessible anywhere, but mailbird is a great mail aggregator with simple UI and nice custom design options which is easy to use for those who have multiple accounts (I have 7 :0)! Yay!

  • Bintan Siregar says:

    Multiple accounts are great! Gmail still gave experience while using Mailbird! and it gave me 10/10 score mail test on, and also mailbird is the first place of design of mail client 🙂 Thanks mailbird!

  • Nick Manifis says:

    Gmail gives me access to email anywhere on any device & Mailbird has allowed me integrate all my email accounts which makes life a lot easier!

  • Simple and elegant email client. I started loving it especially as it integrates so many other applications like Sunrise, WhatsApp etc other than email apps like Gmail, Outlook etc – Quite an impressive app!

  • I use gmail for my personal emails because I can access it anywhere, it is reliable, secure, intuative and I’ve had my email address for so long that I’d lose too many nostalgic emails by moving. for life!

  • I use gmail because it looks minimalist/simple and I appreciate that. It also makes dealing with a lot of emails a lot easier 🙂

  • I have used Gmail as my personal (non-university) email client since it was in Beta. I think it’s a great web-based option. However, I’m looking for a desktop solution to integrate my two university email accounts and found Mailbird. Looking forward to learning more about it (and would love to win the current sweepstakes so I can test all the Pro functions!).

  • I love the Mailbird interface, but need to contact integration to keep my contacts synced between all my devices! So for now I guess I will rely on Gmail.

  • Christopher says:

    Gmail is minimal, shortcuts are perfect keeping the software out of the way of getting work done and connecting.

  • Wanted to use a unified inbox, but my work account is not Inbox-compatible. Discovered MailBird, and dont have to worry about it anymore. Sure would like to see an IOS app for you guys…currently using Spark, but like to support software that really works (like yours)…

  • Jay Alsman says:

    Love the Unified Inbox, with the ability to quickly create a contact based search with one click. Awesome!

  • i use gmail because it’s free, easy to use and fast.

  • I use Gmail because it hasn’t failed me. It’s fast, and it just works.

  • I use GMail because it is fast, fast fast.

  • How about support? Whatsapp is so uncool, they are part of Facebook and one can imagine how much data is being sold to marketing companies and governent agencies. Telegram is non-commercial, they have an open API and there’s a web version which you could integrate probably in minutes, Checking their Google play stats, they seem to have more than 100 million users.

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