The official Fastmail mobile app is the best way to use Fastmail on your iPhone, iPad, iPod or Android device.
The app works on iOS 11.x+ and Android 5.x+ devices. Your device must be online to access your information. Users who don't meet these requirements can still use the web interface, fully compatible with mobile browsers, at https://www.fastmail.com.
- All the power of the Fastmail mobile web app!
- Secure your account with an authentication app using two-step verification.
- No need for a separate app password: it just works with your regular web login.
- Customizable push notifications for mail: get notified the instant a new email arrives, filter to folders you care about, and only senders who are important to you.
- Push notifications for calendar: set alerts for upcoming events. You must be online to receive alerts.
- Notification controls: choose from 8 custom sounds on iOS, or use the full power of the Android notification system.
- Privacy: all push notifications are encrypted from our server to your device.
- Use your phone's saved biometrics to unlock the screen. For total security, log out of your account and back in again with 1Password.
- Convenient bottom bar allows for single-tap navigation between mail, calendar, contacts and files, and swaps to an action bar for mail or calendar views as needed.
- Attach local files to emails.
- Integration with 1Password on iOS and Android.
- Swipe from the left side of the screen to go back.
- Select multiple emails by dragging your finger.
- Fullscreen messages on your tablet.
- iOS: Tap to scroll to the top.
- Android: Share text from other apps.
Did you know?
- To select all messages, select one, then the header will provide an option to select all.
- Customize your notifications via the in-app Notification Settings.
- iOS: To rapidly return to the top of the screen, tap the top status bar.
- iOS: To force a check for new mail, pull down on the message list view.
- iOS: You can share your mail content with other apps: tap a message, use the three vertical dots to bring up the menu and use
Share Message Content...to select what to send, and where.
- Android: You can send text content from other apps to create a new mail item.
- Android: Using force-quit to stop the app means it's not active to send you new mail notifications. If you force-quit and still require notifications, don't forget to restart the app.
Except where noted, these are present on all platforms.
Alerts on shared calendar events don't show event preview text
- This is a server issue and we are working on a fix.
- It won't require an app update to address.
Calendar alerts don't work if offline
- If your device is offline when the alert is due to arrive at your device, you will receive no alert.
- If you require alerts when your device is offline, we recommend syncing your calendar with your device over CalDAV.
No offline support yet
- We are building the infrastructure to support offline capability.
- We don't know when the feature will be ready.
Android: notifications don't work without Google Play Services
- GCM (or FCM as it once was known) or a compatible Google Play service is required for notifications to work on Android.
- Notifications are encrypted as they pass through the Google servers.
Keep an eye on the Fastmail blog and our app store pages to learn about updates as we release them.