Yahoo Mail is not as widely used and as popular as it used to be—this is in contrast with the Gmail email. Regardless of its dwindling popularity, the email service is still being used by millions of people across the world to communicate. As a matter of fact, millions of people still retain the use of the mail app not just for old time sake, but as an alternative in case there is an urgent need for it [that is my opinion by the way]. The latest we have per Yahoo is that its email app has witnessed a new look—with some new tools to help you save cash.
A new version of the Yahoo Mail app was launched on Monday, and it comes with a modern focus on one-handed use with taller phones. You can now attach files at a much faster pace, while tools to help you save cash has been added. Per Android Police, Yahoo has added grocery coupon clipping tool that though, has nothing to do with the email, still can become useful when looking to shop and save some cash at the same time.
Most of the app’s interactive elements have now been moved to the bottom of the screen for easier one-handed use—and that I guess was borrowed off the shelve of Samsung with its One UI. If you are a fan of the taller and bigger-screened phone [of course, that is what everyone seems to be using these days] or you already own one, then you will love the new look Yahoo Mail app. Yahoo Mail now features a visual refresh that is designed just for your type of phone—the taller ones with bigger screen.
Here are some of the navigational changes just made to the email app:
People View-Now all you have to do is only see or deal with those emails from your favorite people—this new addition allows you to ignore those annoying emails.
Receipts View-Your receipts are now better organized and easily accessible.
Groceries-This is perhaps, the most unexpected addition; still a useful one because it is a money-saver one. Every time you add your grocery store loyalty cards to save coupons that will automatically get applied at checkout. To save even more, see all the deals in your area and save them to your shopping list.
Attachments-All your photos and files attachments in one easy view—that is what the new attachment navigation now looks like.
My concern with all these; and it is nothing much really because it happens every now and then when people are trying to use their usual app that is spotting a new look just like the new look Yahoo Mail. Getting around the new features and navigation may not come that easy, but trust me, you should get over it with time.