(Oldenburg, Germany - March 20, 2013) With Ashampoo Photo Mailer, German software developer Ashampoo releases an application designed to greatly facilitate photo sharing through email. "Numerous customers have asked us to develop an application that automates lengthy image processing tasks such as size adjustments and the splitting of photo collections into several mails. One frequently stated example was sending vacation pictures to friends and family. Our product is the ideal, time-saving and intuitive solution" says developer Ina Dierben.
- New: Ashampoo Photo Mailer
- Quickly and easily send photos through email
- Automated image size adjustments through slider control
- Automated photo collection splitting into several emails
- Any number of recipients
- Compatible with all major email providers
- Price: $19.99
The well-structured and intuitive user interface supports Drag and Drop for images. Neither the number of images nor the number of recipients prove a problem for the application because, other than with most common email clients, Ashampoo Photo Mailer fully automates lengthy image processing tasks. There's no more need to manually handle time- and knowledge intensive operations such as size adjustments and conversions.
Simple and automated!
Ashampoo Photo Mailer supports all major email providers. Once the login information is entered, users are ready to send their first photos. Required information such as server settings are automatically added by the application and creating an address book is only a matter of seconds.
A 40-day trial is available for the application. After that, Ashampoo Photo Mailer is purchasable for $ 19.99.
Please download the trial version of Ashampoo Photo Mailer here: DOWNLOAD ASHAMPOO Photo Mailer
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