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BdEmailer expands iPhone e-mailing options

updated 11:35 am EST, Fri November 21, 2008

BdEmailer for iPhone/iPod

Bad Dog Apps has released an update to BdEmailer, its e-mail software for the iPhone and iPod touch. The software attempts to expand on the functionality of Apple's own Mail client, by allowing landscape typing, bulk, draft and favorite messages, and a searchable history of sent items. The app now supports the SMTP protocol, which can be used to deliver pre-formulated quick responses without leaving the app.

The developer says it has also refined the layout of the app to be more intuitive, and introduced the option of signatures. Users can additionally select just the subject or message fields. BdEmailer costs $1 through the iTunes App Store, and supports offline operation as well as Wi-Fi and cellular use.

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