To test Klammer, we sent ourselves an email message containing a plethora of .eml and .msg files as attachments.
First we opened our email using the iPad’s Mail application. The file attachments were immediately visible in the email.
|EML Files attached to our email message|
To view the file attachments in Klammer, we simply touched the .eml file we wanted to view, pressing on it for a full two seconds. iPad then opened a window asking us which application we wanted to use to open the file. We choose Klammer.
|Klammer app in IOS.|
The .eml file immediately appeared rendered in full html formatting. Below is the result when we opened a promotional .eml file attachment in Klammer.
|EML file opened on iPad|
In our tests, Klammer performed very well. We opened .msg files, .eml files, both with a mixture of text, and html formatting. It opened every email we gave it without losing the formatting.
There’s not a lot of bells and whistles with Klammer. It does what it says: no more, and no less.
Klammer is a very simple app for opening .msg and .eml email messages. It integrates logically within IOS.
When you first acquire Klammer, the cost is .99 cents. This allows you to open .eml files only. If you want to add .msg file capabilities to Klammer, the cost is an additional $1.99. Despite the publisher’s statement to the contrary, some users people get confused about this, thinking that both file types are part of the 99 cent purchase.
If you are an iPad or iPhone users who need an easy way to open individual .eml or .msg files, Klammer is well worth the $2.99 investment.
You can learn more about Klammer in the Apple App Store.
|Klammer app’s About page|