Hey readers: Did anyone notice something different while tinkering with their iTunes Account today? Why do we ask? Well, we were puttering around with the credit card information associated with an iTunes account here at the office today. Upon saving those updated credentials, we noticed that Apple had sent us an email informing us that our account information had changed.
With the introduction of iPhoto ’11, Apple has allowed users to easily send emails from within iPhoto. Similar to the way you might send emails from apps on iOS, the feature sends photos without launching the Mail application. Now, with the update from yesterday, Apple has given users the ability to use third-party email clients to send photos, and included a few added extras for iPhoto users.
Before our site is taken over with rumors about tomorrow's epic Apple music event, we'd like to take a step back to discuss some other important matters, like your Inbox. If you're a Gmail user, you might have noticed (or heard) that Google has introduced the Priority Inbox. This feature splits up your inbox into three sections: "important and unread," "Starred" and "Everything else." Sounds just like how we organize life, doesn't it?
Perhaps the most annoying thing about web-based email is the inability to check two different email accounts at the same time. Fortunately, Google has offered a solution and now enables users to sign in with multiple Gmail accounts.
All you have to do is visit the Google accounts page and add on a new account. Then, in the Gmail browser, the arrow next to the account you're currently in will enable you to switch back and forth between email addresses. Try it out for yourself!
Last week MobileMe underwent a complete redesign. With only 2-hours notice, members didn’t really know what to expect other than the service was just going down for regular maintenance. But when MobileMe came back online, it had a completely redesigned user interface that’s fresh and inviting, and a few new features were thrown in as well.