Last week, Phillip Johns looked atMail Pilot, an alternative e-mail client for your iPad. Judging by the results of our weekly poll, out of a total of 340 votes, 249 of you (nearly three-quarters) thought that the iPad deserved something different to Mail.app, and Mail Pilot for some may be the answer.
Instead of focusing on working through your e-mails as and when you receive them, Mail Pilot lets you put off e-mails and will remind you later on to take a look at them. This approach has also been taken by Mailbox – for the time being it only supports the iPhone and Gmail accounts — but Mail Pilot features a few nifty features up its sleeve that can help you reach that beautiful feeling of “inbox zero” in no time at all.
Thanks to the kindness of the developers Mindsense, we’ve managed to get our hands on five promotional codes (worth $14.99 each) for an app recently featured in Apple’s New and Noteworthy section of the App Store — which we are giving away to our readers absolutely free!
Tweet the following (in bold, including the link!): Win a free copy of Mail Pilot from @MailPilotApp and @ipadappstorm! http://enva.to/ZhhTHR
Post a link to your tweet in the Comments section below!
Don’t worry if your comment doesn’t show up straight away – any comments by new users have to be manually approved before they appear!
The competition will end at 13:00 (1:00 pm) GMT on Saturday, April 27th and winners will be contacted on Twitter a couple of days afterwards. You must be able to provide an e-mail address so we can send you the promotional code when the competition is over. As always, Envato staff or those who have contributed more than two articles or tutorials to any AppStorm site are ineligible to apply.