With Apple Mac OS X’s updated Mail app, sending an image or photograph has never been so insanely easy.
While other email account such as Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail etc see us still laboriously browsing, selecting image files then uploading them to an email, Mac’s simple drag and drop formula will certainly persuade you to convert.
So you have had a lovely day soaking up the sun on the beach and want to brag heavily to your friends about your day of luxury by sending an photograph of your new bronze glow, reclining on golden sands and clutching a refreshing luminous cocktail, then striking up envy had never been more easy.
1.) Sieve through your pics in iPhoto for our most glamorous pose, select it by highlighting and clicking with your mouse.
2.) Holding the cursor down carefully drag the image over to your iDock.
3.) Next its the magic part… Simply drop the image onto your Mail application icon.
4.) Miraculously Mac OS X will instantly open up your mail (that is if it is not already open of course) and atomically create a new message with your image already enclosed – AMAZING!
5.) Now all you need to do is simply fill out the recipients address, perhaps and caption to image or friendly message and click send.
It’s also easy to compose a message containing several photos. Just do the same as above, selecting, dragging and dropping the different images into your Mac mail and this cleaver application will order them into a single mail file so it can be sent in bulk.