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MaxEmail.com Announces a New iPhone 5 App That Lets You Send and Receive Faxes Online

Oct 10 2012 12:00AM

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CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwire) -- 10/10/12 -- Anticipation for Apple's new iPhone 5 took over where the iPhone 4 left off. Pre-orders for this new Smartphone doubled that of its predecessor only two years ago. In just 24 hours, orders reached a whopping 2 million as people eagerly awaited the arrival of their new iPhone 5.

The most distinctive and readily recognized difference in the new iPhone 5 is its weight. It is the lightest iPhone ever made, and is 20% lighter than the iPhone 4S -- even though it stands a bit taller with its 123.8 mm by 58.6mm dimensions. As the iPhone becomes more technologically advanced, users who enjoy entertaining themselves with music and games continue to be dazzled and amazed.

But when it comes to doing business with Apple's new iPhone 5, users are finding unparalleled benefit from the increased processor speed and screen size, helping them to conduct business more efficiently, and with better tools. One such tool is a breakthrough App created by MaxEmail.com that makes sending and receiving faxes online faster and easier than ever before. It only takes a few simple steps to send and receive faxes on an iPhone, anywhere a connection to the Internet can be made.

Used in conjunction with MaxEmail's online faxing service, users can send faxes by simply starting the App, taking a picture of the document they want to send with the iPhone 5's camera, and then instantly send the fax with the tap of a finger.

Vice President of Online Engineering for MaxEmail.com, James Siwek, had this to say recently, "We've already tested our App and it works great with Apple's new iPhone 5. Fax image processing is even faster, and with the iPhone 5's improved camera resolution, it produces the cleanest fax images I've ever seen on a handheld mobile device."

New document images are easily captured on the iPhone 5's camera, and existing photos of documents can be selected from the iPhone's camera roll. PDF files can even be attached from DropBox, iDisk, or Google Docs accounts. Once the documents are selected, the app "cleans" them with MaxEmail's integrated, proprietary image processing technology to make sure they are optimized for faxing in black and white. There is even the option of generating an automatic cover page to go with each fax. Just tap the send button when your fax is ready to be sent, and confidently go about your business as MaxEmail sends your fax to the intended recipient. Busy signals and low network coverage are no problem because the MaxEmail service will retry as many as five times to send the fax.

In addition to sending faxes, this new App also makes it possible to view faxes received on the user's private MaxEmail number, listen to voicemail received at this number, and forward any received fax to an email address or another fax number, all right from an iPhone 5, nearly anywhere in the world.

Getting started with MaxEmail is as easy as signing up for a free 30 day trial at their website and downloading the free MaxEmail Fax App for iPhone 5 on iTunes here. Siwek adds, "Users are never charged at the end of the 30 day free trial unless they choose to continue with our service."

Visit http://www.maxemail.com/max/iphone.html or call (312) 264-4000 for more information about the new iPhone 5 faxing App.



MaxEmail.com
(312) 264-4000
http://www.maxemail.com/max/iphone.html





Source: Marketwire


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