Samsung is working on a new email app for Android users. The launch of Samsung new email plus app is on the cards. An alert was sent in April by Google to Android users informing them that the official Samsung Email app was from an “unverified developer”.
They had access to their Google account and was allowed to “read, compose, send, and permanently delete” messages within their Gmail account.
This message was a bug, however, it is expected that the new Samsung Email Plus app will not have these issues.
Thus, Samsung is working hard to introduce a new, safer email app for Android users. A few months ago, many Samsung smartphone owners received emails from Google in which they were informed that the Samsung email app comes from a distrustful publisher who had access to their Gmail data.
It was spotted by LetsGoDigital people that a new “Email Plus” trademark was filed by Samsung in the UK. It was explained as “computer software for smartphones and tablets to manage email accounts.”
As for the Samsung Email App, it is listed on Google Play Store but it is only compatible with the tablets and smartphones manufactured by Samsung.