There are billions and billions of emails sent every single day and, while most of them are nothing more than lousy attempts at attempting to get access to our banking information, it’s still the most popular form of communication used today. If you’ve recently received an order confirmation from an online retailer or a weekly newsletter from your favourite coffee shop, it’s likely to have been very well designed and, in some cases, easy to read on a mobile device.
With Mail Designer Pro, it’s now possible to design great-looking email templates on your Mac that actually look really good and will work across many devices. While a little costly, the benefits and savings it provides make this an attractive alternative to dedicated design studios when it comes to jazzing up your email newsletters.
2015 Top 5 Communication Apps
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- BeanCounter offers a no-frills, powerful bookkeeping, time-tracking and invoicing software for the #Mac http://t.co/Su2vSt05Pp
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- Mac Faxing isn't Taxing Thanks to ifax http://t.co/SmGeOHwD6U
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