Dragon Responsive Email Designer
Mac|Life|November 2016

An email marketing tool for hobbyists and pros alike.

Gary Marshall

Tough testing, trusted ratings

$24.99 Manufacturer Aidaluu, responsiveemaildesigner.aidaluu.com Requirements OS X 10.9 or later

Dragon responsive email Designer

1 Very easy to use

2 Extensive formatting options

3 Default fonts aren’t very clear

4 Could do with more templates great

Last month we reviewed Equinux’s Mail Designer Pro ($89.99), an email marketing tool designed for people who’d rather leave the design to others. This month we have Dragon Responsive Email Designer, which is a more affordable option, and as happy working for HTML experts as it is for beginners.

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