When it comes to email services, Gmail is the default choice for the vast majority of online users. But here are some good alternatives you should give a try
ProtonMail is a more private alternative to Gmail. It provides end-to-end encryption and does not require any personal information when registering for an email account.
Microsoft Outlook is the company's email client. Outlook, like Gmail, integrates with Microsoft's productivity apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
What makes Zoho Mail appealing is that it provides an ad-free experience even for free users. The free tier also includes 5GB of storage and access to Zoho's diverse workplace apps.
Tutanota is yet another well-known privacy-focused email service that provides encrypted email with E2E encryption. The German company stores your encrypted emails in secure data centers throughout the country and is GDPR compliant.
Yahoo Mail is still a good alternative to Gmail. One appealing feature of Yahoo Mail is that it provides free users with a whopping 1TB of storage space.
Cloud Mail provides email services using your Apple ID. It is an excellent addition to the other services that are already available through iCloud. You get 5GB of storage space and a file size limit of 20MB.
StartMail is a private email service created by the same people who created StartPage, a popular Google Search alternative and private search engine.
You can sign up for Posteo without providing any personal information such as your phone number or address. The company also claims that it does not track its users and is ad-free.
Mailfence's free version includes 500MB of storage for emails and documents. Paid plans range from 2.5 euros per month to 25 euros per month.