The stock Mail app for iOS and macOS may have really improved of late. However, there some user-friendly features it does not have like scheduling emails. There are three third-party email apps like Newton Mail, Microsoft Outlook and Spark, which I have found a step ahead of their peers. Any of these three email apps can be used to schedule messages.
How to Schedule Emails on iPhone, iPad, and Mac
How to Schedule Emails on iPhone, iPad, and Mac to Send it Later
How to Schedule Emails on iPhone or iPad
In this guide, I am going to show you how to schedule emails using Spark. I use Spark because it is a bit smarter and pretty easy to use.
Step #1. First off, you need to download Spark on your iPhone or iPad and then set it up. The app requires iOS 9 or later.
Spark supports many email apps like Google, Yahoo, Outlook and more. Just launch the app on your device and then log in to your existing email account.
Spark App supports various email apps like Google, Yahoo, Outlook
Step #2. Once you have set up Spark on your device, create a new email. To get started, tap on the tiny pen icon at the bottom of the screen. Next up, select the recipient and also enter a subject. Write the message.