Oct 12

The new Cards app from Apple lets you create and mail beautifully crafted cards personalized with your own text and photos — right from your iPhone or iPod touch. Take a quick snapshot and with a few taps and swipes, an elegant letterpress card is on its way to any address in the world. Each card is just $2.99 when sent within the U.S. and $4.99 when sent to or from anywhere else. And that includes postage. » Apple Posts Cards App For iOS

Dec 11

Pastebud is a new service that allow copy and past text between Safari and Mail but also between webpages. It does not require any application to be installed and works using two bookmarks in Safari.
» Pastebud: Copy & Past between Safari & Mail

Oct 27

LockDockBar is a mod available in Cydia. What it does is puts a dock just above the main slide on the lockscreen and it has four icons in the dock. The four icons are: Phone, Mail, SMS and Calendar. All you do is tap one and it opens that app. Screenshots inside.

» Cydia – LockDockBar

Oct 17

Firemail is a brand new application in Apple’s iPhone App Store. Like some other tools before, this one allows you to write mails in landscape mode – not more, not less.

So why is this yet-another-landscape-mail-app worth mentioning? It’s up for free!

Oct 08

TouchType, no–not the way you type but the application by the same name, brings the landscape oriented keyboard to the iPhone’s Mail application. For those with chubby fingers who want to utilize the keyboard in landscape and need the extra space or for those who are talented enough to do two-thumbed action, then the $0.99 App Store application will be helpful.

Jul 24

According to Aviv Raff the iPhone’s mail and safari applications are having big security risks. Both applications are openly available to phishing attacks. The good news is that he didn’t make the exploit publicly available, and he’s not planning to do this before Apple has posted a firmware update that fixes these issues. Hit the break to read all the details.
» Security risk – iPhone is Phishable and SPAMable

Jun 12

iCheckMail is a new application that will allow you to set the time interval between checking for new mail.
When you start the app all you have to enter is the value in minutes. When you enter 0 the app won’t check automatically. So that means you will need to check your mail manually.
» iCheckMail – Sets the time interval of the mail app on your iPhone

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