Now that MailShot is on the App Store we have been receiving the occasional support email. I am very pleased to say that we have been able to help everyone out so far.
We added an illustrated walkthrough to our MailShot Support page today to help get people started, and a few more support questions and answers to the list, based on the questions asked in that first week.
Do check it out, but don’t hesitate to get in touch if you still need help.
High-res assets made available for press coverage of MailShot
Assets are available for MailShot over on our Press page, including a much higher-res image we created based on the YouTube thumbnail, for use as a header image.
New promo video for MailShot available on You Tube
Just finished adding the finishing touches to our promo video for MailShot ready for the press launch. Take a look.
MailShot gets early release ahead of press launch
Apple approved “MailShot” last night, and we will be launching to the press next week- Hurrah!
It brings email distribution lists to the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, so that you can easily email a group of friends or work colleagues without having to select them all individually from your contacts each time.
Even better, and unique, is that you can do this from pretty much any app on your device that has mail support, including You Tube, Google Maps etc.
It should be massive!
The first release is going to be free for the first few weeks, and will allow you to create a few groups of up to five contacts. An easy in-app upgrade boosts this to 50 groups of up to 50 contacts, which should be more than enough for most people. You can find it on the App Store from the link on the MailShot page.
Suggestion Box went live yesterday- Yay!
Here is the promo video I made to illustrate its features.
UPDATE: and I got my first review, a 5-star, without any funny
business required. Thank you “Pupslover”, whoever you are!