May 12, 2015 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Columbus, Ohio - Husband and wife dynamic duo, Scott and Ria Greiff today are pleased to announce that MailTamer 2.3.2 is now free. This popular mobile mail utility will now cost you nothing to quickly slice and dice your way through your inbox. The unique sender, contact and recipient-based views, along with chronological and message-size views help organize your Inbox. With a single swipe and tap, emails can be deleted, copied or moved en-masse. MailTamer makes email simple, making it easier for you to get that Inbox to zero.
"We released MailTamer in May of 2012. I thought for sure we would be millionaires overnight. Ha!" explained Ria Greiff. "Almost three years later we struggle with getting people to notice our app. In the beginning, I tapped local outlets and we got some press. But after I had called in all my favors, and had something for the "press" part of our website, still nothing was happening. So I started to knock on the doors of the tech bloggers. I paid for press releases and even got a mention in lifehacker. Hooray. But again, that died down and not one tech blogger looked at my app. I have sent out countless promo codes to no avail."
"It was very frustrating," Ria continued. "Then, my husband sent me this: 'How I got 2.3 million app downloads (without spending a cent on marketing)'. The story of Stuart K. Hall on how an app he built in 6 hours got 2.3 million downloads, generated a full-time salary and was acquired after 18 months. It was originally a 5 part series on his Blog at Stuart K Hall titled An App Store Experiment. Basically this guy, let's call him Stuart Genius decided to do an experiment and set his App, The 7 Minute Workout, free. Long story short, he ended up making 72k, and 2.3 million downloads without spending more than a few hours and zero dollars to do it. I have been toiling away and so has Scott and after shaking our heads over it we have decided to do the same. So, @stuartkhall, we are doing the same. When our new release comes out, we are setting MailTamer free!"
MailTamer supports POP and IMAP mail protocols. Microsoft Exchange servers must have the IMAP protocol enabled in order to use MailTamer with those servers. Numerous views to quickly sort through inundated inboxes. Sender, Recipient, Contact, Size and (the traditional) Date views let you see your mail in new ways. With a quick swipe and a tap, you can delete, move, copy email, respond to a sender and even create a contact on your phone from the sender's information. See the big picture of your inbox all the way down to detail of a single message with a couple of taps.
"I had a problem with excessive emails that had taken over my life as a professor, model and mother," explained Ria Greiff, co-CEO. "When I complained to Scott about the lack of time to tame my inbox while I was trying to tame kids and work responsibilities, we came up with the idea of creating an app to help get control of all those rogue emails. Scott, a lead software developer used his design and technical skills to develop MailTamer to help people find the Zen of a Zero Inbox."
Today Scott continues to add features and Ria continues to advocate for those who are bogged down with an overloaded inbox. Scott is currently working on expanding MailTamer features, porting it to Mac and soon to be developed new app which takes GTD to yet another game-changing level. Scott and Ria have been hailed as Innovators both in magazine publications, radio programs and tech awards. On any given night, you can find Scott and Ria working hard to get the word out to people and dreaming up ways of making life easier for everyone.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6/6 Plus
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* 12.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
For a limited time, MailTamer 2.3.2 is currently Free (Reg $2.99) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.
Scott and Ria Greiff are a husband and wife dynamic duo who work together, play together, raise three children and two cats together in a civic-minded community called Clintonville in Columbus, Ohio. Copyright (C) 2012-2015 Scott and Ria Greiff. 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.