Posts Tagged ‘Email’

We all have to deal with far too much email, whether we like it or not. If your job involves email then you receive even more of it, and we doubt that too many people enjoy dealing with it on iOS, even with some of the excellent email apps that have appeared over the last couple of years.

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Microsoft has today added to its ever growing stable of iPhone apps, launching a new email app for Apple’s smartphone, called Send. Joining Outlook as a Microsoft-branded iPhone email app, Send is available to download for free from the App Store today, though you will have to be in the United States or Canada in order to get your hands on it – Microsoft is keen to get the ball rolling slowly to kick things off, it seems.

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If you’ve been seeking an alternative to Mail.app — the default iOS mail client — then look no further; the popular Mac email client Sparrow has hit the App Store, and is now available on the iPhone and iPod touch. What’s interesting is how people often haven’t really gone out of their way to find an alternative for Mail.app; it’s strange in some ways that a default, bundled app is the most commonly used email app on iOS considering the vast third-party marketplace. Perhaps Sparrow might just be the app to put a dent into its use.

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Google revealed in an incredibly well-explained and sugar-coated blog post that the company had detected a phishing scam which attempted to obtain the passwords of U.S. Officials and Chinese activists.

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This one was due for a very very long time. Hotmail (aka Windows Live Hotmail) users can now push their email straight to any phone like iPhone, Android or Windows Phone as long as they have option to support Microsoft Exchange.

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Looks like Microsoft has really heard their users this time! This time they have really come up with some exciting new features which has really made Hotmail far more feature rich, and easier to use. Here are some of the most key changes that has been made to this latest version of Windows Live Hotmail.

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