[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany – Mailbutler, provider of the leading email productivity software for Apple Mail and Gmail, announced a major release today introducing a mobile app that brings its email-enhancing features to mobile devices. The mobile app is extending the desktop version of Mailbutler, enabling users to access Tracking Details, check or create new Tasks and Notes, and open the emails quickly in their mobile email client.
“Emails are no longer something we work with only at our office desks, we need to be ready to respond to them wherever we are in order to communicate effectively and close sales. Having the opportunity to access Mailbutler activity on a mobile phone has been requested by a lot of our users, so we decided to tap into the mobile market and introduce Mailbutler for iOS and Android,” said Tobias Knobl, CEO and cofounder of Mailbutler.
Through the Mailbutler mobile app, users can get a simple overview of their Mailbutler activity, including Tasks and Notes, snoozed and scheduled emails as well as the details of tracked emails – the features they used in the desktop version of Mailbutler. It takes just one click to open and read the relevant message enhanced with Mailbutler. This instant access to a user’s email activity makes the mobile app a useful, compatible solution for business people on the go.Mailbutler
Mailbutler for iPhone and Android Phone
Mailbutler for iPhone and Android phone is the company’s fourth product, extending a line of productivity products fit for everyday business needs. Mailbutler offers a productivity email extension for Apple Mail and Gmail. It is the best and easiest way for Apple Mail and Gmail users to manage their inbox productively, strengthen email professionalism and reveal valuable CRM insights. It provide features such as Email Tracking, Send Later, Snooze, Follow-Up, Signatures, Message Templates, Tasks and Notes – all without leaving their inbox. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2019 Mailbutler GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, Mac OS X and macOS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.