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iFax iPhone app sends unlimited faxes for free

updated 06:20 pm EDT, Mon July 20, 2009

iFax iPhone app released

Maplewoods Associates has released its latest iPhone application, iFax. The software is used to send an unlimited number of faxes from an iPhone for free. Users can take photographs from the phone's built-in camera and attach the images to a fax. Pictures already in the photo library can also be attached to faxes.

iFax offers a customizable cover page that can be used as a template for all faxes, while users can add the document text directly from the app interface. iFax requires iPhone 3.0 firmware and can be purchased from the App Store for $10.






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  1. macnixer

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -2

    why only pictures

    Good tool for old school spies, but does not solve the issue with sending out docs. I use Air Sharing and have docs on the go that I may need to send out. The developers need to collaborate and find ways to reach into each other's sandbox and pring/fax or save files. Come on Apple don't be a nut any more and let developers share the sandbox or at least let me decide what i want to store on my iPhone.

  1. IONLYUSEOSX08

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Needs PDF support

    If this app could fax PDFs from either e-mail attachments or Air Sharing I would buy it in a heartbeat. Why does Apple not provide a way to fax from the iPhone? Can't they collaborate with AT&T on it? I would really like to dump my Comcastic landline.

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