If you have a Yahoo mail account on which you have configured Roadrunner email account and looking to know how to receive emails in this particular email on your Samsung phone, then that is exactly what we are going to discuss today. There is a dedicated Yahoo app that you can download on your Samsung phone and configure your RR email on the app itself.
Once you have downloaded the app from Google Play Store, you can start the application by clicking on the Open button that appeared on the display or by selecting its icon (the one with the purple background and the white letter envelope) that has just been added to the drawer (the Android screen where you find all the applications).
Next, log in to your Yahoo account by clicking on the Login with Yahoo button, typing the relevant email address in the on-screen field and pressing the Next button. Then enter the password associated with the account and tap the Log in button. Once that is done, you’ll find yourself in front of the app’s main screen with all the incoming mail.
To read a message, press on it. To access the other folders of your mail account, press instead on the button with the horizontal lines located at the top left and select the one of your interest from the menu that opens. From the same menu, you can also adjust the settings related to the application and to your email account by pressing, respectively, on the Settings and Account Management items.
If you have already set up the RR email account, then, go to application menu by tapping the button with the horizontal lines located at the top left. After that, tap on the item Add another mailbox, select the email service of your interest and enter your login details in the fields on the screen.
More apps to receive emails on your Samsung mobile
In addition to the apps I already told you about, I suggest you also consider these other solutions, which will certainly not disappoint you.
- Blue Mail: Client for email at no cost whose operation does not deviate much from that of the other email management apps. It supports all accounts and has a nice interface.
- Mail Droid: Has a no-fuss interface and is very easy to use and configure. It supports all email services and is free.
- Aqua Mail: Simple app for managing email on Android that allows you to configure virtually any account. Basically, it shows only the bare essentials but, by accessing the settings, all the configurations of the case can be made. Free.
- Spark: App that promises to take control of email boxes full of messages again, offering functions specifically designed for the purpose in question. It is free and also has a very pleasant user interface.