Have you ever responded to an e-mail from your boss with some angry knee-jerk reply, then you’ve accidentally sent it, only to regret it later as you sweep the contents of your desk into a cardboard filing box? Me too, but as Leander never reads any of his e-mail, I — unlike you — still have a job.
Let.ter is a brand new app which will help you stay employed next time. It’s a beautifully simple Markdown-based app with one purpose: composing e-mails away from your main e-mail app.
Recipients are added in a section at the bottom of the page (pulled from your contacts).
The only part I don’t like is that in the preview pane, the “send” and “edit” buttons are right next to each other, down in the bottom right corner. This seems like a recipe for disaster. And to my eyes, the edit view is actually prettier than the preview view, which is a little confusing.
Still, the app is great, and I can see myself using it to fire off quick e-mails the way I use Drafts on iOS. There’s a 7-day free trial, and if you like it you can pay a whole $2.80 to keep it.
Source: The Letter