June 9, 2009 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Cedar Park, Texas - WebIS is proud to announce the availability of DeepFish for the iPhone - a unique email search application for the iPhone today. DeepFish has one simple purpose - search your IMAP-based email accounts easily and quickly. DeepFish provides a very simple interface, yet offers options that let you customize its behavior to your needs.
Using DeepFish an IMAP user can search the contents of their email across folders using a simple iPhone search interface. Setup multiple IMAP accounts and search for email individually, across folders, or through sub-folders.
Leveraging the deep and wide iPhone OS with a Cocoa Touch interface on top of our time-tested and robust email engine designed for use on mobile devices, DeepFish is fast, memory efficient, and is designed to behave properly in high latency EDGE and 3G networks.
Features of DeepFish include:
* Automatically supports GMail and MobileMe accounts
* Search From, To, Subject, and entire message contents
* Search in sub-folders or a single folder
* Search in Deleted Folders as an option
* Search in Sent Folders as an option
* Configure the number of lines to preview
* Configure Sort By and Direction
* View Attachments
DeepFish joins our other iPhone productivity applications on the iPhone such as the award winning Note2Self and multi-platform power packed Personal Information Manager - Pocket Informant.
* iPhone or iPod Touch
Pricing and Availability:
DeepFish 1.00 for iPhone is only $4.99 (USD) and available exclusively through Apple's App Store.
Headquartered in Cedar Park, Texas, Web Information Solutions, Inc. is a privately funded Corporation founded in 1997 by Aleksei Kac. WebIS has focused on the Mobile PDA and Smartphone market since August of 2001 and has risen to become one of top ten developers by sales for mobile devices shortly thereafter. With more than 500,000 users on Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, and now the iPhone, WebIS has shown expertise, leadership, and vision in the mobile space. For more information on WebIS or Pocket Informant, please visit their website. Copyright 1997-2008 Web Information Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.