Honestly, the mail app for the iPhone has always been something memorable. It lacked many of the features that made it better for third parties like Spark and Edison, but with iOS 13, the gap between Mail and its competitors is much smaller. Apple has updated the layout and added many new features to the native email app. This may be enough to speed up the transition.
Mail needed a facelift for some time now, and it's great that it's finally gotten a good result updating. On iOS 13, you'll find tools that make it easier to manage, create, and remove emails that are no longer needed. Even the smallest new changes described below make the mail app a much more comprehensive email client.
: There are faster actions
There are some more options available in iOS 13 Press and hold an email from a list view. Swipe up to see all available options. There are replies, forwarding, marking, notifying, and moving message as before, but now you also get reply to all, mute, and trash message or archive. If Recycle Bin / Archive was previously available, it was hidden when using 3D Touch to the left or right of the preview.
You also get these extra quick actions when you swipe on an email in a list and press the ellipsis (•••) icon.
Function 2: The response menu has been revised
If you go into an email, you will notice that the toolbar at the bottom contains only two icons: Reply and Delete / Archive. If you miss the other Flag, Move Message and Compose icons, do not worry – they've just moved. At least most of them.
To access the options and others, tap the Reply button to bring up the new Advanced Answer menu. When the list is displayed, swipe over it to see all the options. There are replies, Reply to all, Forward, Trash / Archive, Mark as unread, Move message, Move to Junk, Mute, Notify me, Print, and more.