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Constant Contact

By Constant Contact, Inc.

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.

Description

Stay in touch with your customers, members, and clients! It's easy with Constant Contact. With the mobile app, you can create and manage your emails in one place!


Track the Progress of Your Emails
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- Track who clicked, opened, and forwarded your emails.
- View who clicked each link, and when.
- See opt-outs and bounces.
- Switch between multiple accounts.


Manage Your Contacts
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- View your active contacts.
- Add new contacts.
- Edit or remove existing contacts.
- Manage your contact lists.


Compose and Schedule Emails
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- Create and edit emails on the go! Using our mobile editor, you can compose emails with titles, text, links, buttons, and images.
- Add a picture to your email right from your device. It's seamlessly added to your MyLibrary account.
- Send a test of any email.
- Schedule any draft email for delivery.


Manage Your Photos
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- Manage your Constant Contact Library through the app.
- Upload images to the Constant Contact Library from your Photos app or by using the phone's camera

Note : Emails created through your browser can be scheduled from the app, however cannot be edited on the app. We are working to bring you editing capability across all campaign types.

A Constant Contact account with user name and password is required to use the app.

What's New in Version 2.0.0

We have made updates to improve your experience with Constant Contact:
- A new feature 'Social Post' is available to help users to post content to Facebook
- Fix for login button issue on iPad with external keyboard
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

Screenshots

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Customer Reviews

Buggy is an understatement

Any company with this much revenue and this many customers should be able to create a basic working app without the incedible number of bugs this has. So flawed. I try it about 2-3 times per year, hoping they have worked out the bugs. Nope. Worse, if anything. And when you call tech support, they’re like what? Huh? Oh, well all I can see is what’s on my laptop. My response: why have a mobile app if tech support isn’t going to share the pain when there is a bug, and will report it and get it fixed. Final assessment: the only reason the app is worth downloading is to watch your stats when you are away from your laptop. The tech support guy even asked me: why would you be using your iPhone for this? I said well, why do you have a mobile app if you don’t expect me to??? I’m frequently away from my computer, therefore I use my iPhone for a lot of business.

Still buggy and with limited functionality

The app crashes when trying to access contacts when in campaign statistics. In addition, why is the email larger and contact name so small in campaign reporting. We’d much prefer to see the name as the primary detail of those opening our emails rather than their email address. We have also been asking for years to be able to click on a contact and see their opens AND clicks for all campaigns they’ve been sent, like other email marketing providers offer in their reporting. Finally, we use Mindbody integrated with Constant Contact and our clients names are no longer being imported into Constant Contact. This started a few weeks ago.

Infuriating

I almost never take the time to write app reviews but I’m so mad after using this one that I am now.

After working so long to craft a message (marketers understand how long it takes to create even the simplest message), I get an error message saying “invalid characters....” It doesn’t tell me which characters are disallowed, leaving me to stare in wonder at my message, which still contains mostly default text, as to what the issue is! As a result, I can’t save the message I’ve now worked on for over an hour and had to recreate because the program doesn’t have an auto-save feature.

The most infuriating aspect of this experience was to come back to the app after switching between web, mail, and the CC applications (gathering info for my message), to be returned to the home page of the #%^* CC app—my draft completely gone, nowhere to be found! I am beyond upset about this.

This app is so underdeveloped for this day and age, and for a company of this size and reputation. The UI looks so promising and inspires confidence when opening, but the lovely design of the home screen is lipstick on a pig.

Constant Contact
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Business
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.0.0
  • Size: 123 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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