Mailing Lists

E-mail Lists Saas Providers for Mobile Apps iOS & Android
“How do I add mailing list software to my app?”

Why do people send out marketing e-mails that you almost never read? Because it’s cheap and easy to do and an effective form of marketing. If it didn’t work, people wouldn’t do it silly! We’ve compiled a list of the best ways to manage mailing lists and collect e-mails in your app or game with simple sdks and plugins for android and iOS. The app industry is definitely a little behind and missing some value in monetizing their user base fully and promoting their new products and updates. Trust me, your iPhone or iPad game will never be the same when you add a mailing list.

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GetResponse

Established developers spend days planning and thinking about how to drive installs to their new apps. Some of the easiest installs that they miss out on are from their existing app users.  Building your brand without a website and an email list is like meeting that special someone and not asking for their contact information to set up a date. Don’t do that. GetResponse…

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AWeber

If GetResponse is the 1980’s Lakers, than AWeber is the 1980’s Celtics. You really can’t go wrong with either of them. Where you go wrong is not building an email list of your loyal customers. Lightning fast customer support that helps even the noobiest of noobs turn into email marketing machines and plenty of autoresponders and templates make AWeber an industry…

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MailChimp

Another decent solution for maintaining and creating e-mail lists. Mailchimp has it’s own plugin for wordpress as well. We’re using it for this page right now – so sign up for the newsletter already on the bar above!

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SendGrid

Up to 12,000 e-mails a month sent out free, which isn’t bad if you don’t send out too many.

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