Want to know if people are reading the emails you send? iTrackMail will let you know whenever someone opens your email!
Tell iTrackMail the subject of your email, write your email like you usually would, and press send! iTrackMail will do the rest! When someone reads your email, iTrackMail will send you a push notification! Yes--it is that easy!
iTrackMail will automatically record the date and time of the receipt as well as rough estimates of the Country, Region, Platform, and Browser of the recipient. You will be able to tell if more than one person read your email!
iTrackMail is FREE, so try sending an email and you will be pleasantly surprised!
Note: Not every email client is compatible with iTrackMail's methods. In some cases, the recipient will have to agree to "display all images" for your email.
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Ratings and Reviews
Please fix bug
There's an issue where if I read the email from my sent box, it counts it as if someone has read it. And then every notification from there on forward says that I have read it even when I clearly have not. It says my IP and location when I am not reading my own emails please fix this. Other than that it does its job.
A dummy’s guide to email tracking
I knocked off a star because the “share” feature (with short link) does not work anymore. Otherwise, everything else in app works great, even the free version. It shows more details then similar products, such as full user agent (iPad version only) or geographic description of the source IP (and yes, it shows the IP address too). That last bit saves you a manual Whois lookup of the source IP just to figure out where in the world the user is.
Why does it show California when you know the user is in another state? Because the user that “opened” your email is using Gmail or similar webmail or custom mail client/app, and those mail servers (in California) process the embedded images then serve them to the user. It’s why some people don’t like Gmail and other web-based email since it is difficult to turn off web beacons, canaries, web bugs, whatever you want to call marketing tracking techniques.
Fun fact: Gmail triggers embedded trackers when you load your inbox, even before you open the specific message. So marketing (and spammers) know the recipient email is legit.
If the recipient opens the email in the iOS native mail client and they allow loading of embedded images (off by default on my iPhone...maybe that was a custom setting I chose) then it will trigger the web beacon placed by iTrackMail, and you will see the person’s actual IP address (i.e. their ISP router eternal interface).
Junk and waste of money
Got this to use to track, including ip-address for business ... it only shows California. No other info. Garbage!!!!! Wasted money. I can’t believe people can sell app’s that are Scams like this one! I will definitely be disputing this with my bank as you all should. It’s suggested that it provides the IP address, location, state and city, everything I’ve never tried to track shows unknown, Or California. I have no idea who is opening my emails I’ve been sending but this is ridiculous. Do not waste your money at all. The only thing it tracks is when you open an email that you’ve already sent to someone else.
- Daniel Amitay
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
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- © Daniel Amitay
- In-App Purchases
- iTrackMail Pro $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.