Samsung’s proprietary Email app for Galaxy smartphones and tablets running One UI is getting a new update to version 220.127.116.11. It’s the third update released for the Email app this year.
Unlike many app updates rolled out this year, Samsung Email version 18.104.22.168 is important enough to come with a proper changelog. According to the latter, the new Email version fixes an S Pen issue that crops up when composing a new email and addresses another problem that prevented images from showing properly in “View.”
In addition, Samsung Email version 22.214.171.124 stabilizes the S/MIME email encryption function, although the changelog doesn’t go into further details as to what this change implies exactly.
Samsung Email is the Korean tech giant’s response to Gmail, and it’s good enough that it keeps growing in popularity. It surpassed the 500 million download threshold at the Play Store in 2018, and right now, Samsung Email sits at more than a whopping 1 billion downloads on Google’s app distribution platform — not counting downloads from Samsung’s own Galaxy Store.
This is undoubtedly the emailing app of choice for many Samsung customers, and needless to say, the latest update should improve the user experience a notch. You can acquire the latest Samsung Email version from the Galaxy Store or Play Store.