Yes, you can create folders to keep your emails organized in the stock iOS app on any Apple device, such as the iPad or iPhone. The problem with the stock Mail app is that most people use it with an already existing email service, such as Yahoo or Gmail, and every email client is different. Most emails apps provide folder services and are easier to use than the stock Mail app. For example, the iOS Gmail app automatically provides separate sections for Primary emails, Social emails (notifications from popular services like Twitter and Facebook) and Promotions.
iPad Email and Messaging
You can see a timestamp for every text message, video or photo sent through the Messages app by simply dragging the message bubble to the left. To see the date of a message sent, scroll through the messages app until you see the date stamo in the message thread.
The Mac email client, Airmail made the leap to iOS for the iPhone earlier this year, and today it has been updated with iPad support. Version 1.1 of the app includes several new features including Split View multitasking and 3D Touch support. iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners can now preview emails using Peek and Pop, and the app now includes a quick action menu from the Home screen. The Send Later feature has also been ported from the desktop version.
In its largest update to date the popular email client, Spark, has been updated with iPad and iPad Pro support. The app has been carefully redesigned for bigger screens so existing and new users can easily access their email on any sized Apple tablet. Users can now also sync their Spark accounts and settings across all devices connected to their iCloud, and manage their emails on their Apple Watch with Watch OS2 support.
According to the official WhatsApp FAQ the popular messaging app is not compatible with the iPod touch or iPad. WhatsApp only supports the iPhone running iOS 6.0 or later. However, according to some users on the Apple support forums the app will work on some iPad devices. This may be due to a workaround using the WhatsApp web page on Mobile Safari.
Remote images loading in email can cause a few problems on with your iOS devices. They can eat up your limited data plan and alert companies and spammers when you open an email. Luckily you can disable remote images on your iPad and iPhone running iOS 6.0 or later. Here's how:
1. Navigate to the Settings app on your device
2. Scroll down and tap the Mail, Contacts, Calendars panel
3. Tap the Load Remote Images slider so it is OFF/WHITE
The Handoff and Continuity features in iOS 8 allows you to share unfinished work, phone calls and messages on all your Apple devices. This means your iPad will accept phone calls and messages when it is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your iPhone. This is a very useful feature but can be annoying if you're trying to work, read or play games on your iPad without being disturbed.
If you compose an email from your Mailboxes menu, your iPad will use your default email address in the "From:" field. You can temporarily change this without having to change your default address. This is also helpful if you start composing an email from one of your accounts and realize you wanted to send it from a different address.
Your iPad will set your first added email account as your default email. This means that it will use this account to send from whenever you share content like photos or links from your iPad via email. You can easily change your default email to another account if you so wish.
To change your default email account, head to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars and select Default Account from the right side panel. From there you can check off your default account by tapping on it.