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Clean Email

Clean Email

Clean Email, LLC

For a Sparkling Clean Inbox

3.9 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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  • Be careful🙀 Jul 11, 2020

    By blu3dreammm
    This is a really good thousands and thousands of emails that needed to be deleted. But let me tell you this if you have any important emails or files that you have created that you put certain emails in to make sure that before you start letting this app clean out your email that you go to the settings and exclude anything that you do not want delete it because this app worldwide be your email squeaky clean even your files that you have and folders so make sure that you goInto the app and go to settings and follow the proper steps if you want anything to be saved.
    more
  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Matthieu Alves
    I hate cleaning my email inbox manually. I can’t find time to do it when I really need. It was my big problem at work until I installed this app. Now I can manage all my email accounts with just a few clicks, thanks to smart algorithms of this software.
    more
  • Lifesaver at managing emails Dec 20, 2019

    By La Lauren
    This app is fantastic and well worth the price of subscribing. Flexible and intuitive to manage your email as you need: auto archive, label, or trash, unsubscribe from mailing lists, etc. Applying multiple actions to an email also works flawlessly. You can feel safer putting your data in their hands compared to other free services where your data is what they’re really after. Had a great and quick response from customer service that shows they are receptive to user feature requests and actively working to make it better. Yes some large-batch functions may run slowly: if you need to do a lot of initial email cleanup and move thousands of emails at a time, that takes time to run. If you need to unsubscribe from a lot of mailing lists, that may also take time. That upfront effort will do a lot to make your life easier in the long run. And once the large-batch stuff is done, running actions on one or a small group of items for maintenance runs very quickly. If you decide to subscribe look for the link that says something like “view other plan options” because it defaults to the rate for up to five emails and is cheaper if you need to manage only one. The subscription price is very fair IMO for the powerful features and email serenity.
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  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Martin TLC
    I heard about the app from my colleague and immediately decided to try it by myself. The trial gives you the option to manage 1000 emails, so you can see if you really need it. I didn't have a doubt.
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  • Great Customer Service, simple instructions Jan 8, 2019

    By janet7073
    I downloaded the app last night, and had a couple of minor issues and deleted the app, and chose to opt out of the subscription. I received a request from asking for the reason. I received a reply almost immediately. I responded, and received another response! I was impressed! In these days of automation and nobody caring much about customer service, only the bottom dollar, Clean Email has gone above and beyond in my opinion. The issues I had did not even have to do with actual app performance. The customer service went from “GOOD” to “ASTRONOMICAL!!!”. I downloaded the app again. When an owner, employee, or company go to this extent, the product and service will also. I downloaded the app again, sooo easy to use, and going to save me hours! I highly recommend the app, the company, and kudos to Marius and Kyryl! Y’all are awesome! Janet
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  • Great concept... poorly executed! Nov 10, 2018

    By Jake1107
    This app fits a need I have almost exactly, BUT the app is unreliable at best. It does not support 2 step authentication if using iCloud and the app specific password that can be generated as a workaround has to be typed in every time you return to the app. Reached out to the developer regarding an issue I was having with the app specific password only working once or twice before seemingly expiring and their response was just to point the finger at Apple as the reason for the issue. Never mind that I have two other apps that have been using app specific passwords for soo long I forgot they existed until I had to delete the 6 I had created for this app and noticed them in the list. If looking for an app for a one time use to clean your email... maybe you could tolerate all the issues, but a non-starter if looking for an app for ongoing maintenance. Developers really need to put that subscription income back to work... FaceID or user friendly login, support for 2 step authentication, bug fixes (even with tooltips), etc. Would be a software I could see myself paying for if/when all these are resolved.
    more
  • Try your email client app first Jul 20, 2018

    By 1funlady11
    I had high hopes for this, but unfortunately I didn't keep it more than 10 mins b/c: 1. It ran slow on my iPad mini, and I had to close and reopen to refresh it. 2. The multi select feature I can get from using the mail client's app (yahoo, gmail, etc) and those apps are free. I guess if your mail client doesn't have a native app, then this could be for you, but I don't hav3 that issue as of now. 3. I don't want to pay $50 per year for this. That's almost half my annual anti virus license. Also, I'm wary of subscriptions through iTunes, based on past experiences. Last time I had an issue with the charge recurring 2 months past cancellation. Ultimately it got fixed by iTunes banning that payment method from my account. I don't have time or patience for that again, especially when I can get the multi delete feature for free through native mail apps. If they find a way to build an auto unsubscribe feature into this app, then I'd be willing to give it another try.
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  • Jun 11, 2020

    By C
    The app is just so busy, it is so hard to simply find what you need because the design is so busy. Like all other P2U apps, it's useless if you're not planning to pay for the upgrade. I uninstalled after just 20 minutes of trying to use
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  • Won’t delete emails Dec 31, 2018

    By Ja world
    I paid for the subscription because I thought it would be worth saving me the time of going through my inbox. Unfortunately it won’t actually delete emails now that I paid. I either get an error message right away or it takes so long to process that it signs me out and then tells me that the emails couldn’t be deleted because I’m not signed in. I sign in again and the same thing happens. I’ve never written a review for an app before but for the price of this one I thought people should know that it doesn’t work. Maybe if you’re only trying to delete a a couple hundred emails you’ll be fine but if that’s all you need to delete then I don’t know why you’d pay for an app in the first place.
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  • Poor app, even poorer support Dec 3, 2018

    By MandiFaye
    When this app works, it’s great, but in the almost month I’ve had the paid subscription, I’ve spent most of my time trying to get it to work. No matter which of my devices I use, it is difficult and buggy from login on. Reading the faq, I thought I had to email them to unsubscribe, so I did, letting them know their app wasn’t working at all for me. I received a snarky reply from Marius that if the app “wasn’t working at all” (quoted) they would be out of business. As I told him in my reply, some services (once I was finally able to login) mysteriously started working after I emailed them, but of course I have now unsubscribed on principle. Spend more time improving your app and less writing rude replies to your customers.
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  • Lifesaver at managing emails Dec 20, 2019

    By La Lauren
    This app is fantastic and well worth the price of subscribing. Flexible and intuitive to manage your email as you need: auto archive, label, or trash, unsubscribe from mailing lists, etc. Applying multiple actions to an email also works flawlessly. You can feel safer putting your data in their hands compared to other free services where your data is what they’re really after. Had a great and quick response from customer service that shows they are receptive to user feature requests and actively working to make it better. Yes some large-batch functions may run slowly: if you need to do a lot of initial email cleanup and move thousands of emails at a time, that takes time to run. If you need to unsubscribe from a lot of mailing lists, that may also take time. That upfront effort will do a lot to make your life easier in the long run. And once the large-batch stuff is done, running actions on one or a small group of items for maintenance runs very quickly. If you decide to subscribe look for the link that says something like “view other plan options” because it defaults to the rate for up to five emails and is cheaper if you need to manage only one. The subscription price is very fair IMO for the powerful features and email serenity.
    more
  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Martin TLC
    I heard about the app from my colleague and immediately decided to try it by myself. The trial gives you the option to manage 1000 emails, so you can see if you really need it. I didn't have a doubt.
    more
  • Great Customer Service, simple instructions Jan 8, 2019

    By janet7073
    I downloaded the app last night, and had a couple of minor issues and deleted the app, and chose to opt out of the subscription. I received a request from asking for the reason. I received a reply almost immediately. I responded, and received another response! I was impressed! In these days of automation and nobody caring much about customer service, only the bottom dollar, Clean Email has gone above and beyond in my opinion. The issues I had did not even have to do with actual app performance. The customer service went from “GOOD” to “ASTRONOMICAL!!!”. I downloaded the app again. When an owner, employee, or company go to this extent, the product and service will also. I downloaded the app again, sooo easy to use, and going to save me hours! I highly recommend the app, the company, and kudos to Marius and Kyryl! Y’all are awesome! Janet
    more
  • Aug 1, 2020

    By Olivier Meyer
    It makes email management as easy as possible. Helps to organize emails into bundles, you can set automatic rules, unsubscribe from any newsletter from one screen, useful for me.
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  • Most Amazing Email Cleaner Ever Apr 17, 2018

    By faelynne
    This is the most amazing email cleaner that I have ever run into. Every day I am inundated with 100s of emails. I had 1000s filed that were taking up space. This was so quick! I have been able to clear out so much space from my iCloud email account. This app has rules that can be set up to file emails by sender, to protect emails from being moved, to identify spam, to archive by date, to unsubscribe. I have tried all kinds of apps and services, including expensive ones. No other app in the entire app store has been able to do this for meI Try it out! I paid these guys for their service because it is outstanding.
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  • Be careful🙀 Jul 11, 2020

    By blu3dreammm
    This is a really good thousands and thousands of emails that needed to be deleted. But let me tell you this if you have any important emails or files that you have created that you put certain emails in to make sure that before you start letting this app clean out your email that you go to the settings and exclude anything that you do not want delete it because this app worldwide be your email squeaky clean even your files that you have and folders so make sure that you goInto the app and go to settings and follow the proper steps if you want anything to be saved.
    more
  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Matthieu Alves
    I hate cleaning my email inbox manually. I can’t find time to do it when I really need. It was my big problem at work until I installed this app. Now I can manage all my email accounts with just a few clicks, thanks to smart algorithms of this software.
    more
  • Great service for managing large quantities of email! Sep 2, 2019

    By CobraA1
    I've been using a service called Unroll.me to help manage my email subscriptions, but a few things always annoyed me a bit: - Unroll.me doesn't really offer a lot of options, so it's rather inflexible. - The way Unroll.me unsubscribes is questionable. It blocks the emails for a bit, then actually unsubscribes. For legitimate emails this is fine, but for questionable emails this actually confirms your email, and I believe this is responsible for some spikes I've had with spam. - Since Unroll.me manually unsubscribes, it relies on them keeping up on top of new marketing emails to unsubscribe from, and changes to the way they unsubscribe. - Unroll.me is run by a marketing firm, and that's why it's free. With breaches becoming more of a problem, privacy is more important than ever. - I've always wanted a way to manage a large number of emails on my phone, rather than having to wait to get to my PC. - I can always stick promotional emails into a single folder rather than Unroll.me's method of bunching them up into a single email. After using it for a while, I've found that Clean Email is far more effective for managing large quantities of email, including subscriptions. These are only real drawbacks that I have noticed: - No easy way of removing a label if you're using gmail. I asked, and they have said it is on their todo list. - If you have a huge backlog of older emails, the Unsubscriber will be unwieldy until you have gone through it once. I had over 2,000 "subscriptions" to wade through. It would be nice if there were some way of clearing it out faster, and I think Clean Email probably needs to review the requirements for what counts as a subscription. I highly recommend going through the Unsubscriber on their website via a Mac or PC if you have a large number of subscriptions. - I highly advise adding the Spam folder to the exclusion list. There's not much of a reason to deal with that folder, plus Unsubscriber likes to add all of the spammers as "subscriptions" if you're not excluding it. Otherwise, Clean Email is great if you want to manage a lot of emails ☺.
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  • Jul 6, 2020

    By Stevens
    What I like about this app is that it doesn’t only clean your inbox, but helps you unsubscribe from all annoying subscriptions incredibly quickly. Pity it's not completely free
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  • Good concept, subscription model Jan 3, 2019

    By driven
    Love the concept. Love the categories that it sorts everything in to. I didn’t actually let it run however, so from this point on, I’ll just assume it worked as advertised. The showstopper for me was the subsection model. For anything for than a small number of emails in single account you need to upgrade to a subscription. If you have more than 1 email account (who doesn’t?) then your minimum cost is approx $120 a year if paid monthly or approx $60 a year paid annually. ( these may change at the publisher’s discretion ) In my opinion, that’s a lot of money to perform this task. Doing this manually might take me 2 hours or so per year if I keep on top of it ? Not a great value proposition for me. For you it may be worth it. Personally I’ve stayed away from nearly all subscription models, preferring to pay one time for my apps. It’s worked well for me. If you are ok with a subscription then this app looks very good and I can see it being a real timesaver.
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  • Nice App But Slow To Process Tasks Oct 23, 2019

    By hamerlee
    My email account has over 140k emails so I thought it was time to do something about it. The app starts by analyzing and organizing your emails. It takes roughly 1 sec to analyze 5 emails. Doing the math... that’s about 8 hours of analysis before it’s even ready to be used... ugh! Once it is finally up and running it still struggles to manage heavy tasks quickly. I’ll continue to use for its ability to sort and organize things in a way that makes cleaning them up easier, but it needs to handle heavy cleanup tasks quicker.
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  • Jun 11, 2020

    By C
    The app is just so busy, it is so hard to simply find what you need because the design is so busy. Like all other P2U apps, it's useless if you're not planning to pay for the upgrade. I uninstalled after just 20 minutes of trying to use
    more
  • Jun 6, 2020

    By Irfan Sheikh
    Giving 2 stars as it does not work with my yahoo account. Support was not helpful and took no responsibility. They don't know what the issue is and don't care to fix it either.
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  • Great concept... poorly executed! Nov 10, 2018

    By Jake1107
    This app fits a need I have almost exactly, BUT the app is unreliable at best. It does not support 2 step authentication if using iCloud and the app specific password that can be generated as a workaround has to be typed in every time you return to the app. Reached out to the developer regarding an issue I was having with the app specific password only working once or twice before seemingly expiring and their response was just to point the finger at Apple as the reason for the issue. Never mind that I have two other apps that have been using app specific passwords for soo long I forgot they existed until I had to delete the 6 I had created for this app and noticed them in the list. If looking for an app for a one time use to clean your email... maybe you could tolerate all the issues, but a non-starter if looking for an app for ongoing maintenance. Developers really need to put that subscription income back to work... FaceID or user friendly login, support for 2 step authentication, bug fixes (even with tooltips), etc. Would be a software I could see myself paying for if/when all these are resolved.
    more
  • Try your email client app first Jul 20, 2018

    By 1funlady11
    I had high hopes for this, but unfortunately I didn't keep it more than 10 mins b/c: 1. It ran slow on my iPad mini, and I had to close and reopen to refresh it. 2. The multi select feature I can get from using the mail client's app (yahoo, gmail, etc) and those apps are free. I guess if your mail client doesn't have a native app, then this could be for you, but I don't hav3 that issue as of now. 3. I don't want to pay $50 per year for this. That's almost half my annual anti virus license. Also, I'm wary of subscriptions through iTunes, based on past experiences. Last time I had an issue with the charge recurring 2 months past cancellation. Ultimately it got fixed by iTunes banning that payment method from my account. I don't have time or patience for that again, especially when I can get the multi delete feature for free through native mail apps. If they find a way to build an auto unsubscribe feature into this app, then I'd be willing to give it another try.
    more
  • Won’t delete emails Dec 31, 2018

    By Ja world
    I paid for the subscription because I thought it would be worth saving me the time of going through my inbox. Unfortunately it won’t actually delete emails now that I paid. I either get an error message right away or it takes so long to process that it signs me out and then tells me that the emails couldn’t be deleted because I’m not signed in. I sign in again and the same thing happens. I’ve never written a review for an app before but for the price of this one I thought people should know that it doesn’t work. Maybe if you’re only trying to delete a a couple hundred emails you’ll be fine but if that’s all you need to delete then I don’t know why you’d pay for an app in the first place.
    more
  • Poor app, even poorer support Dec 3, 2018

    By MandiFaye
    When this app works, it’s great, but in the almost month I’ve had the paid subscription, I’ve spent most of my time trying to get it to work. No matter which of my devices I use, it is difficult and buggy from login on. Reading the faq, I thought I had to email them to unsubscribe, so I did, letting them know their app wasn’t working at all for me. I received a snarky reply from Marius that if the app “wasn’t working at all” (quoted) they would be out of business. As I told him in my reply, some services (once I was finally able to login) mysteriously started working after I emailed them, but of course I have now unsubscribed on principle. Spend more time improving your app and less writing rude replies to your customers.
    more
  • Useless Aug 31, 2019

    By Nessa1380
    Got this and tried to clean up some older emails. The free version might be useful for a new account but not an existing fifteen year old email account. Tried to upgrade. In seconds they took my money but the app was still requesting I upgrade. Went through the whole process of reactivating - this took my back to the ‘buy subscription page’ but thankfully Apple didn’t double charge me. Restarted the app. Restarted the phone. Jumped through hoops like I was a dolphin in sea world in 1992. Finally, frustrated, I requested a refund. Was told to go jump through more hoops. Explained I already had and that at this point I want my money back because I was going to look elsewhere for a way to clean my inbox. Never got another response. Closing in on two days now. Unless you just got your email account or have always kept it pristine to begin with - don’t bother with this. I’m sure the product has its benefits but as soon as you run into a problem you get nothing more than a list of things to do that chances are you’ve already tried. It’s too bad really.
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