Ethereum and Ethereum-based coins and tokens are account based. That means that you are only given one address, which is constantly reused. When you receive funds, there is only one sender, hence "received from" is used, to denote the address of the sender. Your receiving address is known and always the same, so it wouldn't make much sense showing it in the transactions list.
On the other hand, in Bitcoin and Bitcoin-based coins, there are many inputs to a transaction - you are receiving many unspent outputs of many addresses in a single transaction. Therefore, when you receive funds, "received with" is used, to denote your receiving address, which is never reused in Coinomi unless explicitly choose a previous address to send coins to.