According to myMail internal statistics, 80% of files sent via email are images. We, too, send dozens of templates, prototypes, and screenshots every day. Naturally, we wanted to make such a common use case more convenient, — so we did. As a result, sending photos and videos via our iOS app is much quicker and more convenient than via our competitors’ apps. For example, you only need to make five taps in myMail to attach three photos to a message. This is 10 taps less than in Gmail and as much as 13 less than in Apple Mail. Let us tell you where this idea came from, and how we brought it to life.
We have developed the first mobile app in the world that uses neural network algorithms to process short videos in the style of paintings of famous artists and any source images. Artisto is available in the App Store and Google Play in all countries. For free, of course.
In the previous post we briefly touched on the topic of how much a feature such as push notifications can change the way you work with your email on mobile. Today, we’ll take a thorough look at how to optimize your work with email by using push notifications in myMail. This is especially relevant for those who get many messages from different senders and need to respond immediately to some of them.
The newest AppsFlyer Performance Index ranks myTarget as #1 in Europe for game apps in terms of retention on both iOS and Android, higher than Google AdWords, Twitter, and Facebook. The rating is based on data collected from January to June 2016 covering 4 billion app downloads throughout the world.
Right after the winner of MAPS.ME logo design contest was announced, a discussion of projects ensued in the comments section. We decided to join it and share some details on how we evaluated the logos, which ones made it to our top 10 and what exactly we liked about them.
Both Android and iOS have default email clients, and, admittedly, they are okay — for somebody who does not use email very often. However, if you check your email on your phone or tablet even once a week, you will certainly not be satisfied with a pre-installed app that “can do everything, but on a basic level.” Using a default email client is like eating with a plastic fork from a paper plate: you could suffer through it, but why should you? Especially when you know there is convenient tableware out there (and user-friendly and powerful email apps).
On the eve of the Mother’s Day, My.com and Mail.Ru Group invited its developers to talk about how their moms influenced who they are now and give them a chance to say “thank you”. None of the participants knew that their moms, who had arrived from different towns and cities, were watching the filming.
My.com presents the analysis of foreign market player profiles. The analysis is based on a study carried out in July 2015, using an online poll of 1947 gamers aged 13-44 from France (480 respondents), Germany (458 respondents), Britain (492 respondents) and the USA (517 respondents).
You tweaked the margins until they were perfect. You rearranged the images several times to achieve the perfect flow. You proofread it for the 3rd time just to make sure. Then you slammed the “Send campaign” button and whoosh, your labor of love went out to the world.
Tick tock. 7 hours pass and you nervously check the stats. Only 3% opens? That’s weird. You’re used to hitting at least 15% in that time frame. You recheck. The open rates stay the same. The bad news is in: looks like your email was sent to spam.
The good news is, there are many preventative steps you can take to avoid this terrible fate. Here’s a comprehensive step by step breakdown of what you can do to make sure your email goes straight to the inbox every time. Continue reading Not a Nigerian prince? 20+ step comprehensive blueprint to avoid the spam filter and get your email read
Apple’s Developer Conference, WWDC, is happening next week and we’ll be there.
To celebrate, we’re giving away 2 Casetify prizes daily, while WWDC is taking place. For the chance to win:
1. Download the myMail app on your iPhone or Apple Watch
2. Share a photo of yourself using the app on Twitter or Facebook, adding the #myMail and #WWDC tags
3. Like and Follow My.com on Facebook and Twitter
We’ll have random drawings every day. We’ll be sharing some of our favorite images on Twitter and Facebook too – so keep an eye out there!
For more details, check out the rules.
Let us know if you’re attending, we’d love to meet up!