Group Email! with attachments

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  1. macrumors 6502a

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    Hi,
    my Group Email! app last upgrade is now available. The app is now universal so it runs on the iPad in native mode.
    iTunes Link

    Any comment is greatly appreciated.

    App description:
    With Group Email! you can send email to groups, to handpicked set of contacts or to custom distribution lists. You can optionally attach photos, videos, documents, your current location information with map and address, audio clips, pasteboard content and contacts information.
    And if you send the same email text frequently, you can create a template and use it for save typing.

    Features:
    - easy and quick interface
    - use address book groups;
    - handpick set of contacts from address book
    - create distribution lists from address book or manually entering recipients information
    - attachments (see below)
    - choose the mode (To,Cc, Bcc) for each recipient
    - create email text templates
    - import/export lists from/to csv documents
    - supports iPhone 4 retina display
    - supports multitasking on iOS4
    - runs on iPhone, iPod and iPad

    Supported Attachments :
    - Photos and Videos from your device photo library
    - In-App Camera Still Shot and Video Shot (video requires iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4)
    - In-App Audio Clips Recording
    - Current Location with Google Map image and reverse geocoded address.
    - Documents (iOS4 required on the iPhone, iOS3.2 on the iPad)
    - Pasteboard content
    - Single or Multiple contact information in vCard and/or text format

    Documents can be uploaded to the app using iTunes and USB connection -or- saving attachments from email or other applications that supports the iOS document exchange features. Once uploaded documents stay there and can be used every time you need them.

    Note: the number and dimension of attachments the app can handle depends on your device and free memory. Newer devices will handle more and bigger attachments than older devices.

    iTunes screenshots:
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