Comparing private paid email services like Proton Mail and free services like Gmail, for those concerned about privacy and disturbed by Google’s giant database of deeply personal information, are private email services worth the money? What Google Does With Gmail While Google doesn’t technically “read” your emails, they do spy on your content in a […]
Email scheduling is a useful tool for preparing time-sensitive emails in advance, or if you know you’ll want to send a message at a specific time. By scheduling emails, you can be sure the greatest number of recipients will open the email by only sending at peak times.
In Apple Mail and other email clients, you may have the option to choose between push and fetch email delivery. These two methods differ substantially in theory but are quite similar in practice. Is push better than fetch email? What are push and fetch emails? Let’s find out! TL;DR: Use push delivery. What’s This About? […]
As the corporate use of private data grows, consumers are more and more interested in protecting the content of their sensitive communications. Many messenger apps offer end-to-end communication, but email remains the most popular method of communication. It’s also the most resilient to being shut down: while Iran is able to shut down Telegram country-wide, […]
The Internet as we know it required modern online cryptography algorithms. Without these algorithms, secure communication across the public channels of the Internet would be close to impossible. By providing an easy way to hide information from prying eyes, modern cryptography algorithms allow private communications, online banking, and digital shopping to take place all across […]
Whether it’s dealing with bad customer emails or putting out the day’s fire, using one of the best iOS email apps will help you better manage your daily onslaught of email. Outlook It might be surprising that one of the best iOS email apps is Outlook, made by Microsoft. The long-time Apple competitor has turned out an […]
In the modern world, email is almost as essential as running water. That’s one reason why email hacking is so disruptive. As the backbone of personal and business communication across the Internet, having your Gmail hacked is intrusive, upsetting, and deeply inconvenient. If you’re unlucky, a have your Gmail hacked can also be dangerous. How Was Your Gmail […]
As much as you might dislike it, email is a persistent feature of our lives. Unfortunately, macOS’s Mail app frequently makes the problem worse, leaving us to fend for ourselves with third-party solutions. Here’s four great macOS email clients that should help make managing your email slightly less awful. Airmail – $10 If you’ve read more than […]
Have an iPhone and need to set up your Gmail account in it? This quick tutorial will walk you through the basics of getting your Gmail account up and running in iOS 7 as well as a few additional tips and tricks to make Gmail awesome on the iPhone. 1. Gmail Settings First The first […]
Apple has really been on a patent kick lately, and their latest approved application describes a possible fix to one of the biggest annoyances to any one’s online life. Touted as an integrated system that allows easy creation and use of disposable email addresses, Apple’s solution for spam could be the thing that’s needed to […]
One of the best things about OS X is the fact that software that costs hundreds of dollars on other platforms comes included with the OS. Apps like Calendar, Contacts, and Mail are robust and fully featured; giving the Mac a definite advantage in this category. While these apps are great, who doesn’t like making […]
Have you ever wondered how apps get made? How they’re dreamed up, designed, coded, and made to work? How apps are submitted to the App Store, and how they get approved (or denied)? In this exclusive, multi-part series, we’re going to follow one app’s development from idea to “on sale,” and find out exactly how […]
A new Kickstarter campaign called Crono is making a bold claim: it wants to revolutionize your Inbox and make it easier, faster, and more intuitive to use. I’m sold.
MobileMe has been the subject of criticism for its previous stability issues, lack of new features and annual fee. Justifying the cost for MobileMe became harder when Apple’s Find My iPhone service – one of the main selling points of the online service – went free. However, Steve Jobs is looking to improve MobileMe. A […]
When I made the switch from PC to Mac, one of the big concessions that I made was with Apple Mail. I never really liked the interface, and it just seemed too clunky for me to use. Eventually – after trying out Thunderbird and Entourage with mixed results – I decided to go back to […]