If ever there was a killer app for folks connected to the internet, it’s email. Mail on the Mac works most of the time, but has started to become lazy and overweight. Hey, Mail even does stationery with a bunch of built-in options that make it easy to customize your own outgoing messages.
Alright, if Mail is OK for you, and you know the benefits of email stationery, then you’re likely to appreciate Mail Stationery, a package of more than 150 templates for Mail. Simply install the templates into Mail and you’re good to go.
The stationery templates themselves are professionally designed but also easily customizable. Just drop your own text into the text blocks, add photos to the photo blocks and life is good.
I have an idea of what you’re thinking. “If Mail Stationery is so good then why is it free?”
Good question. The way it works to get you a free package is simple. Jumsoft, the developer, makes all kinds of serious Mac apps and template packages and the free Mail Stationery app is like free candy to get you started and feel good about the developer so and make it ultra easy to buy a few on the cheap so maybe you’ll like what you get and be more willing to buy more. There are even packages available for Apple’s iOS apps.
Still, the stationery rocks, and it’s hard to beat free. Except when free doesn’t really mean, you know, free. This is an example of In-app Purchases Gone Wild. The app is free and gives you access to 150 templates that come with a price tag for each or for each group. Free just doesn’t mean what it used to mean.