There are billions of websites on the Internet and millions of users who visit them daily. 

Some provide useful information, some sell products, some offer services. 

But one way or the other they are all useful for someone out there.

But there is one thing a lot these websites have in common and that is asking its visitors to sign up using their email id to receive their newsletter or to continue to use their products or services. 

While some of them might actually be genuinely useful, not all websites are.

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Some websites even go to the extent by asking you to enter your email id just to get past the home page or access a piece of content. 

You might receive a few spam emails or adware from this kind of websites occasionally. You can choose to ignore them but it will just spam your inbox and make it cluttered.

But sometimes you have to give your email id to proceed with something but you also don’t want to receive any further emails from that website.

Luckily there is a workaround for this where you can create fake and disposable emails using an Android app!

You can use these emails to enter into those websites where it is mandatory to use their products or services. 

The app will also organize all the emails from these web services so that in case if you want any information in the future you can access it from this app.

The best thing is your personal and professional emails will now remain clutter free!

How to Create Fake Emails To Avoid Spam In Android

Step 1:

Download and install the Temp eMail app from Google Play Store.

Step 2:

Now open the app and then you can either enter a preferred name or just click on random to generate a new one.


It is preferred to enter the name manually as it would help you identify the email id you used for a particular site in case you have generated a lot of emails.

Step 3:

You can also randomize the mail server by clicking the reload icon so that you could use multiple emails for the same website.


This could be useful in social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter when you want to create a new account using the same name.

Step 4:

Once the email id is generated you can just copy it and then paste in the sign-up page where you want to use it.

That’s it. You are now free from spam and have access to the entire internet!


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