Description

MailChimp isn’t just a marketing automation platform—it’s a second brain for your business. Create and send emails, manage subscribers, and stay on top of your marketing, all from your mobile device. Whether you’re at your desk or on the go, your MailChimp brain travels with you.

What are some things you can do with our mobile app?
- Create and send emails that match the look and feel of your brand
- Manage and grow your audience wherever you do
- Get notifications recommending your next marketing move: Resend an email to non-openers, bring back people who browsed products on your site, or recapture lost sales with an abandoned cart automation
- Find your people and sell more stuff with Facebook and Instagram ads
- Track e-commerce activity generated from your emails and ads with detailed reports, instant sales notifications, or a daily summary of your campaigns’ performance

If you enjoy using MailChimp, please leave us a review. If something’s not working right, you have a great idea you’d like to share, or you just want to say hello, send us feedback from the “Settings” screen in the app.

About MailChimp
MailChimp is the world’s largest marketing automation platform. Millions of customers, from small e-commerce shops to big online retailers, use MailChimp to reach their customers and grow their business.

What's New

Version 4.9

Now you can create and run Facebook and Instagram ads when you’re on the go.

- Target people you already talk to or use your MailChimp data to find new ones who are sure to love what you have to offer—all in a few quick taps.
- Get a clear picture of how your Facebook and Instagram ads are performing with detailed reports that help you make better decisions about your marketing.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5

206 Ratings

206 Ratings

Bring back Snap!!!!

Leilx4

I really preferred the simplicity of MailChimp Snap which also allowed you to modify pictures within the app. The new system, which functions more like the desktop one with templates you can modify is hard to maneuver on the phone. The app does not modify pictures to fit which is a triple annoyance as you have to go find another app that does and save the picture elsewhere and then go back to the app. Plus if it pops up a window, it won’t let you move around to press whatever button it wants so then you are stuck anyway because it won’t do anything. At this point I am almost driven back to the desktop version (which I’m not really excited about the changes there but at least it is easier to navigate).

Adding names has also gotten more cumbersome with more steps to get to add. And the constant popup about whether someone gave permission to be added is seriously irritating. I run a very small business with a signup book which is clearly labeled that if you leave an email you will receive emails. I get that there are unscrupulous companies that add people who haven’t but it seems like it should also be smart enough to notice who is adding a few at a time or bulk adds.

A Good Start

McKinleyDozen

I recently took over as my religious organization’s newsletter editor where we frequently use MailChimp to contact members of our congregation. Since I’m still in my mid-20s, I figured that downloading this app would work better for adding things quickly at events, while I’m out and about, or need to check something during my break at my day job.

While this app is great for checking to see what articles or other information we still need to add while I’m away from my computer, it’s not the best for writing or formatting the newsletter. Longer articles (or anything more than two or three paragraphs, to be honest) that I’m working on are often obscured by the keyboard while I’m trying to add something to them, which is unfortunate. I’ve also almost ended up sending mailings early due to the position of the ‘confirm and send’ button while trying to edit one of the newsletters.

Most of the time I end up having to do most of the major changes on my computer because of how this app ends up working. I won’t be deleting this app (as it is still helpful for at-a-glance updates), but it definitely could use some improvements.

Rage Quit Alert!

Start-Up Guy

I’ve been attempting to use MailChimp on my iPad. I say attempting, because I’m rarely able to actually use it. Typing in the text box pulls up the keyboard and covers the text box. Often times I’m presented with a screen holding only my content text with no buttons or functions available on the screen to exit, undo, proceed, save, or otherwise navigate the user interface in any way whatsoever. Then there is the majority of the time when pressing the save button actually just makes my screen blink, but doesn’t save or exit or do anything else that would actually help me to send a newsletter. Of all of the apps I’ve ever used in my life, this has been undoubtedly the most incredibly frustrating one yet. If not for the necessity of sending standardized newsletters to my clients, this app would never be on a device I owned. I’m beyond frustrated, I’m pulling hair and throwing things. In today’s world, I could probably sue MailChimp for the amount of damage caused to my office during this rage quit moment that I was forced to after hours of dealing with MailChimp and their inferior product.

Okay. A little dramatic. But the frustration is real.

Information

Seller
The Rocket Science Group LLC
Size
87.5 MB
Category
Business
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2001-2017 All Rights Reserved. MailChimp® is a registered trademark of The Rocket Science Group
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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