Email Designer Pro - Create & send mail designs

Email Designer Pro - Create & send mail designs

By Wombat Apps LLC

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2016-02-01
  • Current Version: 1.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 81.64 MB
  • Developer: Wombat Apps LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.10 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 7 Ratings

Description

Email Designer Pro is the easiest way to design beautiful emails for business or personal use. Simply drag and drop images, text, buttons, clip art, shapes, and even maps onto an email canvas, then send it to your mailing list with a click. Design amazing emails for your business, school, church, family, or other organization. Make a vivid impression. Impress your customers with beautifully styled newsletters. Emails have been tested on all of the major mail clients and render perfectly and consistently. Use your own email account to send your email newsletters to a mailing list directly from the app. Key Features ● Design beautiful emails with a simple drag-and-drop editor. ● Send emails from your email account via SMTP. ● Create mailing lists by importing contacts or via a text file. ● Export your emails as an HTML file and image. ● Dozens of professionally designed templates. ● 70,000+ high-quality, royalty-free clip art and stock photo images, free for personal or business use. ● 100+ background textures, art frames, and image masks. ● 140+ creative fonts. ● Insert images, text, vector and raster shapes, clip art, and QR/barcodes. ● Import images directly from iPhoto and Photos apps. ● Choose from a dozen image filters (Vintage, Sketch, Comic, Sepia, and more). ● Adjust image levels, crop, tint, and apply masks. ● Add a Google map with any address or landmark, along with a place marker. ● Advanced text-formatting controls. ● Insert, style, and rotate 3D text (OS X Yosemite required). ● Vector-based drawing tools (bezier pen, pencil, line). ● Select from 26 vector shapes, or draw your own. ● Style elements with shadows, inner shadows, borders, and reflections. ● Fill elements with colors, radial and linear gradients, textures, frames, or images. ● Change the opacity of any element. ● Layout guides make arranging elements a snap. ● Export to PDF, PNG, JPEG, or TIFF formats. ● Full iCloud support. ● Share to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, or save to Photos app.

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Reviews

  • Disappointed

    2
    By KrissBill
    Good interface with infinite possibilities, but it just doesn’t send any email: I did try to change ports, accounts etc… but no way: it always show to "check firewall and/or credentials" even when I am using the proper data (same as my Mail setup)
  • DO NOT BUY THIS

    1
    By Dennis Risquez
    This app is not what it claims to be, it only generates an html without any function and a .jpg, DO NOT BUY THIS APP, you can make better images from Apple Keynote, I want my money back.
  • Not what I expected

    2
    By 1dissapointed1
    Being able to create and export into a html and image I expected the html to be a full html of what i created with the images. Not a simple html pointing to an image of what i created. a dissapointment for $20. Not to mention the bugs I had while creating my image. This is nothing more than a .jpg creator.
  • Re: Fun to work with until the bugs set in— still true

    2
    By Usually A Fanboy
    I took a deep breath and spent $30. for this app. I like the interface a lot and possibilities. Unfortunately that changed once I actually tried to send emails. If there really are +70k graphics available they are well hidden and the export options must be hiding with them. Customer service appears non-existent so far— I sent a support about the mailing issue days ago with a screen shot showing the issue and have received no response. Expensive app only to end up making a jpg to paste into a real mailer. I didn’t write the original review but unfortunately a year later this review is the same as my experience. "Expensive app only to end up making a jpg to paste into a real mailer.” x 2.
  • It’s pretty.

    4
    By :Divo
    I enjoy working with it, I am use to Pages and iWeb and it’s not quite as smooth in clicking around, but I like the freedom it gives and I have never been able to successfully send out hundreds of emails at once like this. Thanks guys

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