Mailbox: The Brand New Free Email App that will Revolutionize the way you do email on iPhone, iPad (Mini), and iPod Touch

Orchestra, Inc. released it’s revolutionary email client (and updated it for iOS 7) that promises to change the way people interact with email. The designers of the app say that “Mailbox is a completely redesigned inbox that makes email light, fast, and mobile-friendly.” The concept behind it is to help you organize your email in such a way that you can get to zero messages in your inbox on a regular basis knowing that when you need to respond to an email it will remind you. They have integrated a task list and snooze feature that handles this for you. Continue Reading →

5 Tips and Tricks for the iOS Mail App to show you how to better use email on the iPhone, iPad (Mini) and iPod Touch

How to set up mail app

The built in Mail client in iOS 6 is packed full of features to help you get the most out of your email experience. You can set up multiple email accounts from multiple providers. To setup your email account on your iOS device, simply go to Settings –> Mail, Contacts, Calendars –> Add Account. Then, choose your provider and enter all of your setup information in the prompts that follow.┬áThe Mail app has template setup services for iCloud, Microsoft Exchange, Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Microsoft Hotmail, and you can add any other service using the “Other” category. You can add as Continue Reading →

The best hidden secret about Siri – How to edit mistakes

Siri is the personal digital assistant that Apple introduced in iOS 5 and the iPhone 4S. Since then, Siri has been expanded to include the iPhone 5, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini, and the new iPod Touch. The most amazing aspect of using Siri is that you can talk in normal language (for the most part). You can ask Siri things like, “Will it rain today?” And, the interpreted response will include the weather forecast for the day. Siri can also send text messages and emails for you. All you need to do is say, “Send a message to Continue Reading →

How to insert a photo or video directly into an email message

There is a simple way to add a photo right into the text you are typing in an email. Here is how: 1. Tap and hold where you want to insert the photo. The magnifying glass will appear so you can precisely insert the cursor where you want it. 2. Release your hold and a menu will appear with options to “Select” “Select All” or “Paste”. There will also be a little arrow pointing to the right. Tap on this arrow to reveal “Insert Photo or Video”. 3. Tap on that button to automatically pull up your photos and videos Continue Reading →