Maily: Good idea, but buggy Review

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Good idea, but buggy
I am looking for an email account for my 4 year old because I travel for work a bit and thought she would like to send and receive emails. I chose it because a regular email account for a young child would be difficult to master. I love the concept, but it's a little slow and buggy. For example, it frequently sends multiple emails even though I only hit send one time. Frequent error messages that my connection has been lost. General slowness. Some recommendations: The interface for the child should start with an icon for their inbox, and the pictures of their contacts. The way it is now, is a little counter intuitive. Consider building it as a client for other email accounts, like gmail (might help with some of the general slowness I'm seeing). Have it only display emails from the approved contacts list. This would also allow the sending and receiving of videos and other items that maily currently doesn't appear to be capable of. I would have loved to send my daughter a video of some of the things I saw on my trip.
Akpopa on Aug 13, 2012 for Maily
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My daughter loves this app - it makes it so much fun for her to be able to e-mail family members. I have friends that have signed up their kids as well - and the kids would love to be able to e-mail one another ... however, we don't see any e-mail address where the kids would be able to do this? I assume then that this is set up as a piggy back upon my email with an app inside that allows my kid(s) to generate pix or colored drawings etc. It would be nice to see that function - where they get an @maily dot com e-mail that would allow for this? Perhaps in a future update? That would give the parents an option to approve of course - and the dashboard maybe could be placed as a true dashboard on the pc as well? Otherwise, my daughter loves it - she loves sending me drawings ALL DAY LONG (okay that may be a drawback to some *lol* but I enjoy it!) Some have had a bit of trouble responding/replying to her but we found that had more to do with the most updated java/flash players on their pc's and got those kinks worked out on their end. I'd love to give the children an option as we do with templates on responding - for them to have in creating because they (kids) love animations! Perhaps even make more to choose from in future updates or have themes (similar to an Incredimail type layout/format). Enjoy introducing your child(ren) to e-mail though! It's fun and is a teaching opportunity about e-mail and what is right/wrong and will help as you one day reach that age where you do set up a controlled e-mail under your identity (unless future updates could allow age limits and certain protocols/restrictions/settings to do that as well) The future and places this app could go are limitless! We'll be along for the ride (or mail I should say)!
OneAppyMama on Aug 11, 2012 for Maily
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Great fun app
4itunesqwerty on Aug 7, 2012 for Maily
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Terrible iPhone experience
We put this on our iPad and iPhone and it was a bad experience on both. Of the 125 apps that I have bought over the years, this is the first that completely falls short of an apple experience. I don't know how it got into the store. It was recommended on the twit networks Social Hour. I don't get it. Does everyone think the concept is so cute that it doesn't need to actually be tried to accept it or give it a good review?
anoif1 on Aug 5, 2012 for Maily
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Such a great idea. Kid friendly interface with enough parental control. Both of my kids love the application. Looking forward to new features...
mmbenit on Aug 5, 2012 for Maily
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Fun fun fun! We love it!
O.Isa on Aug 5, 2012 for Maily
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