The Ultimate Guide to CSS
A complete breakdown of the CSS support for the most popular mobile, web and desktop email clients on the planet.Try it for free
Google’s native email app for Android devices. Since Android 5.0 Lollipop, this replaces Android Mail as the default email client. However, some manufacturers, like Samsung and LG, ship their devices with their own email clients in its place. The app can be optionally installed on devices which don’t bundle it by default.
The Gmail app supports both Gmail and G Suite accounts, as well as other email addresses using IMAP, SMTP, or Exchange. The level of CSS support is different for Google and non-Google email addresses.
Its CSS support when used with Gmail or G Suite addresses is shown under “Gmail Android app”, and its CSS support with other addresses is shown below.
Tested on Android 4.4.4.
Partial. Doesn’t support all keywords.
Partial. Supports CSS2 values, but not CSS3.
Partial. Background images are not supported.
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