Android App Gives Access to Postal Mail Remotely

Android users can now read the contents of their postal mail from their phones with the launch of the Earth Class Mail app in the Google Play store.

The app allows customers to receive mail remotely, see their incoming mail, view scans of the exterior mail and delivers mail contents in a text-searchable PDF. Customers can then select each mail item and decide whether to shred it, share the PDF with others, or save a copy.

People across the globe and businesses of all sizes use Earth Class Mail’s network of more than 80 virtual addresses across the United States to manage their mail remotely.

Earth Class Mail receives the mail on users’ behalf. Then, technicians sort, scan, and upload the mail at its secure processing facility. Users can manage their mail from anywhere.

Earth Class Mail launched an iOS app in 2019. Since then, customers have accessed their mail in more than 170 countries around the world.

“With the increase in remote work and travel, the new Android app will make it more convenient for all of our users to access their mail wherever they are, without having to be near their mailbox, their computer, or even the same country as their mail,” Earth Class Mail CEO Fergus Burns said.

To use the app, customers must have an Earth Class Mail account. Individual plans start at $19 a month and scale to include mailroom automation plans for large remote businesses.