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So, when are we going to see auto-fit email clients in Android? Since day one users have had to pan around an email just to see the whole thing. It wasn't until very recently the Gmail app got auto-fit. I really hope it catches on with the rest of the community! Users have complained about this since day one. Is there light at the end of the tunnel? Most alternative email clients suck, to be honest. Let's get this right, and make Android worth using on a daily basis!

Other than that, I'm a happy switcher. I used an iPhone for years, and just recently bought a Samsung Galaxy S3 and couldn't be happier. I do miss a few apps, but it's nothing worth crying about.

I'm not trying to be facetious, but the iPhone has auto-fit emails this this whole time...

asked Dec 28 '12 at 22:51

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I use Emoze as my default email client ,the auto-fit and pinch to zoom functions work great I like the design of the UI which I think its one of the best in the market. There are many other cool features too ,highly recommended .can download from www.emoze.com/download/android

answered Dec 30 '12 at 02:45

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the default email client on my droid 4 has auto fit... you just got to rotate the screen sideways... or the text size will go below a minimum font size so it won't fit..

answered Dec 29 '12 at 10:37

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The Gmail app now supports it, the default email app does not, but it's always behind in terms of functionality. You can run all of your email through the Gmail app, fixing the issue.

answered Dec 29 '12 at 13:57

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The default Samsung email client allows you to pinch-to-zoom out but it's not the same...

answered Dec 29 '12 at 22:17

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