OS X Yosemite GM [Public beta 5]: The New features in Mail

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Apple is back in Action. Finally the default mail app is seriously improved and more powerful than it was ever before. OS X Yosemite beta was unveiled at WWDC’14  in June this year, and since then Apple has seeded many developer previews and betas, they releases many beta versions of this, which was followed by a final public release later this month. In iAppleStuffs blog we talked about OS X Yosemite and it’s features a lot, today we will cover new features in  Mail.

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Mail is Apple’s native mail client on Mac, and works with several mail providers, including Gmail, iCloud, Microsoft Live, Yahoo, Exchange and more. While Mail’s last few updates have been criticised for being very buggy with Gmail, Apple’s added a lot of new features to the app, making it worth at least a try, if you had abandoned it earlier.

Larger Attachments with Mail Drop

Mail Drop is Apple’s new feature that lets you send mail attachments up to 5GB in size without having to worry if the sender’s email provider supports such larger attachments. Under the hood, Mail Drop uploads large attachments like videos, presentations and PDFs to you iCloud account, and if the receive uses Mail too, they’ll simply see the attachment like any other attachment. If they’re not on Mail.app, they’ll get a link to download the attachment.

Annotate Images, Fill PDFs right within Mail

Annotations are very useful to convey feedback when communicating over emails. Mark Up is a new Mail feature that lets you add shapes, text, and callouts to images using your trackpad. You obviously can’t make perfect circles or ovals with the trackpad, but Mark Up is intelligent enough to understand what shape you’re trying to draw, and converts it into a smooth shape later.

In addition to images, Mark Up also lets you fill PDF forms and add signatures to PDFs by signing on the trackpad, or scanning your signature through the camera.

Let us know what you think of the new features in Mail on OS X Yosemite in the comments below.

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