We are excited to announce the release of MailShot 5.0, a major update which uses iCloud to share group data, so groups can be edited and used across iPad and iPhone. It will also simplify the restoring of group data when you upgrade or reset your iOS devices.
NEW IN 5.0:
- Synchronise groups between iOS devices.
- Groups are automatically sorted in alphabetical order.
- Group members are now sorted by SURNAME.
- Can import members of one MailShot group into another.
- Larger checkmark and (i) button targets, making them easier to tap.
TIP: Some of your devices may contain out-of-date copies of your groups: Start by updating the app and running it on the device that contains your preferred versions, then update the rest. (Any differing group versions will have “_2” added to their name. You can then choose to rename, delete or merge any conflicting versions.)
Alternatively- update and run the app on the device with your preferred versions first, then delete and reinstall the app on your other devices. (this will share just the preferred versions of your groups to your devices)
We hope that you enjoy this free update. To ensure we can continue to support and improve MailShot, I would really appreciate if you could please rate and review the app on the App Store (our old reviews are hidden every time we update, so renewing an old one is still very helpful.) A link to rate on the App Store is provided from the title page of the app.
If you need any further help, please see this page: iCloud troubleshooting
MailShot works with iPhone 6S+, 6S, 6+, 6,SE 5S, 5c, 5, 4s, iPod touch, iPad, iPad Pro and iPad mini, and is available now on the App Store as a free download that can create up to 3 groups with up to 5 contacts per group. An in-app purchase removes those restrictions.
No recurring subscription is necessary with either version.