Much like other communications apps in existence today, Mobile Mail is designed for convenience and ease-of-use, but what sets it apart is its sense of comprehensiveness. It’s just like other apps, except it’s NOTHING like other apps. While the app was passionately birthed primarily to cater to incarcerated individuals, its creators made an executive decision to move into a realm more global. Draft, create, and send letters, pictures, postcards, money, as well as business and specific legal documents anywhere in the world without ever having to take a single step towards the post office. Communications will arrive through traditional postal methods, but the sending process is very much new-day. Updated features will include “Attorney Referral”, “Inmate Lookup” and “Bondsman Services”. The possibilities are endless. Wall Street financial analyst and “MM” co-creator Ted Joseph describes the user experience as “the best way to apportion [his] lunch hour to include loved ones as well as personal business”.
Upon initial launch, creators have been mused with a myriad of ideas they want to later add to MM.
Available in the U.S. only for now, downloads are always free for basic version of Mobile Mail while the user pays only for in-app purchases. Global reach is the ultimate goal.
The Mobile Mail app was developed by “Tekcentrik”, a web and mobile development company based in Parsippany, NJ. Please visit www.mobilemailworld.com for more Mobile Mail information, including video animation and screenshots.
If you would like further information on Mobile Mail, or you would like to schedule an interview, please contact:
Shanda Johnson, Marketing Director
Tel: (800) 316-9991 (Office) or (929) 258-6386 (Direct)
About Mobile Mail, LLC:
Mobile Mail is the ultimate solution for anyone who has ever had the desire to stay in touch with loved ones through a traditional letter but simply could not find the time in their schedule to do so. Built for the speed at which we live, it offers the time-constrained user the opportunity to utilize their on-the-go device for other forms of communication besides talking or internet searching.