July 27, 2011 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Santa Cruz, California - GoodHumans announced today the release of the 1.4.8 version of eMailGanizer, the intelligent email reader for the iPhone. This update allows iPhone users to easily print their emails in either html or plain text format. Also included in this release are variety of bug fixes and performance improvements.
With eMailGanizer's new print functionality, the plain text version of an email is printed by tapping the 'Reply' button at the top right of the screen while viewing an email. The user then selects 'Print' from the available action choices. Once the print choice has been selected, the user is transferred into the standard AirPrint iPhone printing screens.
The printing of graphical, html formatted emails works almost the same way. The print menu is accessed by tapping the 'Action' button second from the right at the top of the screen while viewing the html version of the email. From there, the process is the same as for the text emails.
iPhone users that receives a large number of emails must figure out an approach to managing the sheer volume of messages they view on their phones. Some iPhone users take the time to manually file their emails into dozens of email folders. Other users store all of their emails in one giant inbox, making it difficult to find emails when they are needed. Both approaches are inefficient and drain productivity.
eMailGanizer, the intelligent email reader for the iPhone, simplifies the process of managing email by intuitively presenting folder recommendations in order of relevance to the current email. Users can now stay organized quickly and easily by filing emails with a couple of taps.
Pricing and Availability:
eMailGanizer is available in both an 'ad-supported' version and a 'pro' version, without advertisements. eMailGanizer Pro also includes bonus features such as larger email previews and the ability to view more folders at one time. It is available on the App Store at the price of $4.99 (USD).
Founded in 2000 and based in Santa Cruz, California, GoodHumans began developing iPhone apps towards the middle of 2008. GoodHumans' mission is to provide high quality, functionally complete software that people use and enjoy. The approach is to develop apps that the leadership team uses on a daily basis rather than to try and guess the next fad. Copyright (C) 2011 GoodHumans. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.