Thank youBut Ive already tried K9 material , K9 and K-@t mail.And I think i'm going to stick with aqua mail for a while.
I really like aqua mail too
The advantage of K9 mail is it supports OpenPGP encryption if OpenKeychain is installed and is the only email client that does so if you only depend on the F-Droid repositary for software apps..https://staging.f-droid.org/search?q=mail
SimpleEmail is real good privacy focused, FOSS and actively developed and on F-Droid with gestures which is a must for me on mobile.
hmmm... should have a look. Last time i checked K9 seemed nicer. Btw. wasn't there a fork of SimpleEMail followed by some dramma?
FairEmail looks quite promising. Open source; you have to pay to get the pro features or build it yourself
It does support OpenPGP, however only with keys /asymmetric. In our company we sometimes use OTP/symmetric encryption, which K9 mail fails utterly at.
I used R2 Mail2It supported gpg and smime. But I do not use android anymore. If you want to try it load the last beta from the dev website. It used to be newer version than the play store.