Gmail apps are useful for: Organization Productivity CRM (customer relationship management) We recently covered the latest feature updates that Google rolled out for Gmail. These new features improve everything from security to organization to productivity, and therefore, make many Gmail apps obsolete. But you don’t have to use the latest Gmail Inbox version. If you prefer, you can still use the “old” Gmail and continue using Gmail apps, which already have millions of combined users and great ratings. For example, our Gmail app, WiseStamp, is an easy-to-use email signature tool that helps you promote your business with every email you send. You can choose from a dozen professionally designed templates and find inspiration with these stunning email signature examples. But what other Gmail apps should you be using? No need to sift through the Chrome Extension Store; we’ve done the research for you! Whether you’re looking to enhance your organization, boost your productivity, improve business relationships or more, here are the top 5 Gmail apps (in addition to WiseStamp) to download now! Boomerang Purpose: Email Scheduling Rating: 4 stars Users: 1.6M active Chrome users Price: Free (premium plans start at $4.99/mo) Do you love sending email at all hours of the night but hate that “sent at 3:16AM” timestamp? Do you need reminders to follow up or reply to emails that have been sitting in your inbox longer than an hour? Then you’ll love Boomerang! This app lets you schedule when your emails are sent, so you can compose at 4am and set it to be delivered at 9am. You can also have your email “boomerang” back to you if it’s gone unreplied. Find out more about: Grow your Email Contact List - WiseStamp partners with Constant Contact ActiveInbox Purpose: Task manager Rating: 5 stars Users: 33K active Chrome users Cost: Free two-week trial; starts at $4.16/mo If you’ve ever used Outlook, you know how useful it can be for keeping you on top of tasks. Gmail can feel a little lacking in comparison. But with ActiveInbox, you can transform your Gmail into an easy-to-use task manager, just like Outlook. Never miss a “to-do” or reply late again with this Gmail app! Check Plus for Gmail Purpose: Productivity Rating: 5 stars Users: 1.1M Cost: Free If you’re looking for a streamlined way to manage multiple Gmail accounts, then this is the app for you. The other beautiful thing about Checker Plus is that it allows you to get push notifications of email and preview the email content without even having Gmail open. You can even read and reply to email without having to have Gmail open—it’s the perfect Gail app for multitasking! Mailtrack Purpose: Insights Rating: 4.5 stars Users: 950K Cost: Free Wondering if your email recipient opened your email? With Mailtrack, the guessing game is over. This useful app lets you know whether your recipient has opened your email or not. You can see when the recipient first opened your email and how many subsequent times they’ve read it. This Gmail app may be super sneaky, but it’s incredibly useful! SnapMail Purpose: Security Rating: 4 stars Users: 11K Cost: Free We all know how risky it can be sending sensitive information via email. But sometimes, you can’t avoid it. The good news: SnapMail is a Gmail app that has your security covered! SnapMail is a hacker’s worst nightmare. With this Gmail app, you can encrypt your emails so you can send sensitive info like account numbers, contracts and more without the fear of it getting stolen. About Latest Posts Written by Rachel Solomon Rachel is a Content Crafter at WiseStamp and a journalist who loves sharing information that helps small businesses, startups, entrepreneurs, freelancers and all kinds of independent spirits. She believes that innovative, socially-driven business will save the world. – Report: Customers prefer email to communicate with businesses – Infographic: How Email Became the Biggest Security Risk – How to Use Dynamic Email Content to Increase Conversions – How to Get Read Receipts with Gmail – How to schedule your email to send later with Gmail Related Posts The 10 Best Marketing Emails of 2015 Startup? Learn how to Win the 2009 Open Web Awards... Ten Email Hacks to Win You More Customers Outlook.com and WiseStamp – A Great Match!