Email has become a constant part of most people’s lives. Some primarily use email for work, others may use it to communicate with friends and family located all over the world. Whatever your reason for using email, the fact is, email is important. And when something is important, you want to be able to use it efficiently and quickly. Mail on iOS 9 and particularly on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, has made some major improvements. These improvements help you move around your inbox easier and have actions to make sure all your daily tasks are done as quickly as possible.
Apple renames ‘Trash’ to ‘Rubbish’ for some countries in iOS 9, and ‘Rickrolls’ us on Apple Watch support page
When sending screenshots back and forth between team members, having the ability to annotate on the fly is crucial for productivity. That’s why Apple introduced Markup for Mail in Yosemite. With Markup, users can add text, signatures, magnify sections, and draw on attachments within the Mail app. Now that handy feature has been added to Mail for iOS 9.
Few days back a bug was discovered in iOS 8’s Mail app that makes it possible for malicious individuals to phish your iCloud username and password through a pop-up that looks very similar to the native iCloud login prompt. The bug allows remote HTML content to be loaded in place of the content of the original email message.
iOS 9 brings Mail Drop support to iPhone and iPad; allows you to email large attachments using iCloud
iOS 9 removes an annoying restriction as it finally allows you to email more than 5 photos using the Photos app. While testing this out, I also realized that iOS 9 includes support for Mail Drop, a feature that allows users to send large attachments up to 5GB in size via iCloud. Apple had introduced the feature with OS X Yosemite last year.
Security is more important than ever before these days, so being aware of scams that want to steal important passwords is important.
If you use Gmail or Google Apps for email, then there are few ways to access your email account on your iPhone or iPad. Even if you’ve already setup your Gmail account on your iPhone or iPad, I strongly recommend to read this article, as you may be doing it wrong.
We’ve seen some of the major new features and improvements that are coming to our devices in iOS 8 such as Notification Center Widgets, Interactive Notifications, Handoff, QuickType and third-party keyboard support, new features in Messages and lots more.
In this post, we take a look at the new features coming to the Mail, one of the most used apps.
The Mail app includes a number of time saving features in iOS 8 such as the ability to quickly flag an email without having to open the email.
In this article, we show you how to use the new iOS 8 feature.