|[6:00 AM] iLoveApple.com Offers Web Interface For Mac.com E-mail & Adds German Interface
iLoveApple.com has announced a new interface catering to the German Mac market. iLoveApple.com provides web based e-mail access to a number of popular POP mail services, such as Apple's iTools (mac.com), and Apple's Internet partner, Earthlink. Users can also sign up for a free iLoveApple.com e-mail address. The site has also announced that Mac users can get their Mac.com e-mail through a browser at iLoveApple.com. According to iLoveApple:
iLoveApple.com today announced a new German interface to their web-based e-mail service. The new addition has the same interface and key features as the English version of iLoveApple.com, but are tailored for linguistic and cultural appropriateness for non-English speaking.
"Our new interface should be a reminder to all Mac users of how large and diverse the Mac community is, said Christopher Whiteley, founder of iLoveApple.com. "The changes we launch today are a part of our ongoing commitment to further strengthen the value of iLoveApple.com to Mac users around the world."
To better support the Mac community iLoveApple.com also announced that its web-based e-mail service now provides easy access to Apple's new Mac.com.
An all-new navigation scheme provides Mac.com members with easy access to their accounts. Using our free service, Mac.com members can now read, compose, and send messages from any computer connected to the World Wide Web via a browser.
You can find more information, or sign up for your free e-mail account, at the iLoveApple.com web site.
The Mac Observer Spin: It is interesting that Apple has still not announced a web interface for their Mac.com e-mail service. Hopefully they will at some point, but until then iLoveApple.com is a great solution for those in need of this service.