Navigation panel

All of the app's controls are tucked into the sliding panel on the left side of the screen. From here, you can also access your mail folders. Read full review
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Tablet optimized

Yahoo Mail takes advantage of larger tablet screens by employing a dual-pane view. Read full review
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Full-screen mode

On tablets, you can expand your view to a full-screen mode and swipe to jump from one message to the next. Read full review
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E-mail formatting

Yahoo Mail offers more formatting tools than many other clients I've seen, including Gmail and Outlook.com. Read full review
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Search

The Search function works well and is easily accessible with the Search button at the top of the screen. Read full review
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