IncrediMail

  • Incredimail’s New iPad Version Turns Email Into A Flipboard-Style Interface, Easy For The Average Person

    Incredimail’s New iPad Version Turns Email Into A Flipboard-Style Interface, Easy For The Average Person

    Who’d have thought email would suddenly be the hot app startups were going after, but that appears to be what’s happening. And it’s being driven both by a desire to make email ‘work’ better and by the rise of the touch interface. Consider, if you will, the hype around the new “Mailbox” app from developer Orchestra which is aiming to turn a… Read More

  • IncrediMail Buys Online Photo Album And Slideshow Creator Smilebox For Up To $40 Million

    IncrediMail Buys Online Photo Album And Slideshow Creator Smilebox For Up To $40 Million

    Nasdaq-listed IncrediMail, which develops and markets email and other desktop software products, is to acquire Smilebox, a U.S. company that develops consumer-focused photo sharing and scrapbook creation tools. Under the terms of the agreement, IncrediMail will pay $25 million, mostly in cash, with additional payments of up to $15 million in earn-out fees if certain milestones and… Read More

  • IncrediMail Inks New Two Year Deal With Google, But Are They Too Dependent?

    IncrediMail, an Israel-based, NASDAQ-listed company that develops email clients and desktop software, has inked a new 2-year agreement with Google, which will go into effect January 1, 2011. This is good news for the software company – the partnership between the two firms is quite crucial for IncrediMail’s bottom line. The relationship between Incredimail and Google has always been… Read More

  • PhotoJoy: Perfect for Sappy Bloggers with Kids

    Having kids is clearly impacting my assessment of applications… And there is no greater proof for this than a new product by IncrediMail called PhotoJoy, an application I would never have given a second thought were I not a father of two. PhotoJoy is a free downloadable application that uses your photos to produce neat desktop widgets, 3D photo screensavers and wallpaper collages. You can… Read More

  • IncrediMail Gets A Stay Of Execution From Google

    A week ago Google disabled IncrediMail’s adsense account and the stock price of the public company, which relies heavily on Google revenue, promptly tanked. Today they were given a stay of execution: “Google and IncrediMail are now co-operating with the goal of resolving any remaining compliance issues, if any.”

    What happened? Neither side is going to say. But it’s a… Read More

  • Google Boots IncrediMail; Stock Price Plummets

    If you are a public company and rely on Google for a lot of your revenue, the last thing you want to hear is that your Adsense account has been “disabled.” But that is exactly what happened to Israel-based IncrediMail, which saw its stock drop about over 40% when it announced that its advertising deal with Google had been terminated. The company was worth about $45 million on Nasdaq. Read More