Both Android and iOS have default email clients, and, admittedly, they are okay — for somebody who does not use email very often. However, if you check your email on your phone or tablet even once a week, you will certainly not be satisfied with a pre-installed app that “can do everything, but on a basic level.” Using a default email client is like eating with a plastic fork from a paper plate: you could suffer through it, but why should you? Especially when you know there is convenient tableware out there (and user-friendly and powerful email apps).
On the eve of the Mother’s Day, My.com and Mail.Ru Group invited its developers to talk about how their moms influenced who they are now and give them a chance to say “thank you”. None of the participants knew that their moms, who had arrived from different towns and cities, were watching the filming.