MailGapp is an app designed for mailing center customers who hate wasting time and want to get the most out of their secondary mailbox. Your business center will upload the face of all your mail to your MailGapp account via the cloud so you know exactly what is in your mailbox at all times. With MailGapp you can save time and increase efficiency by knowing exactly when it’s necessary to retrieve your mail, and when it can be left for a more convenient time.
In order to use MailGapp you must be a customer of a MailGapp partnered mailing center.
If you are already a customer at MailGapp partner: All you need to do is download the app to your phone, and sign up as a user under your current mailing center.
If you are a customer at a mailing center not partnered with MailGapp: Encourage your mailing center to partner with MailGapp at no cost to them. We make it incredibly easy to partner with us and if your mailing center acknowledges you as one of the customers that facilitated the partnership, you will get use of the full featured app for free, for the rest of your life.
If you are not a member of a mailing center: You must first determine whether a mailing center is right for you. Mailing centers are ideal for small businesses and individuals who value their privacy and security, or need a prestigious business address, as they allow you to be contacted without giving out your home address. If you are interested in signing up for mailing center, you can find the list of MailGapp partnered mailing centers located nearest you by clicking here. Once you’ve determined which center fits your preferences, sign up for a mailbox at that location, and then you will be ready to download MailGapp to enhance your customer experience.
We put your physical mailbox in the palm of your hand. Before putting your mail in your mailbox, your mailing center will scan and upload the face or cover of all your mail to your MailGapp account to be viewed in the app. Opening up our app is just like opening up your mailbox, allowing you to parse through all your mail, one by one, to see what you received each day. Enabling push notifications for MailGapp will allow you to be notified as soon as soon as mail has been uploaded to your account and put in your mailbox each day.
MailGapp utilizes optical character recognition and barcode scanning to deliver the most interactive digital information to the palm of your hand. When viewing a single piece of mail, it only takes one click to call the sender, create a contact with all of their information, get directions to the sender’s location, display the results of a Google search, or open up an email to send them. No more searching or manual input is required; MailGapp deconstructs all this information for you in the cloud and delivers it to your mobile device so it can be easily integrated with the other apps on your device.
We are taking the junk out of junk mail and turning it into useful mail that works for you. MailGapp employs a QR code scanner in the cloud to deliver the corresponding link directly to your device. After opening the link and viewing the associated advertisement or offer in MailGapp, you can indicate whether that link is relevant to you or not. All relevant QR code links to special advertisements or offers will be stored in a separate folder and integrated with the maps app on your device so that MailGapp can notify any time you are within a certain radius of a sponsoring company’s location. This facilitates an incredibly easy and convenient way to never forget about valuable savings offers, and gives value to mail that you would previously have discarded without a second look.
MailGapp is designed for the optimal user experience so nearly every single aspect of our app can be manipulated to your preferences. All features can be turned on or off including push notifications, QR code scanning, click to call, email, etc… We are also incorporating sender specific actions that allow the user to set particular rules for mail received from a specific sender. These specific sender actions range anywhere from getting a text notification that you received a certain piece of mail if you need to know as soon as it gets in, an automatic email reply to the sender with a response of the user’s choosing, storing all QR code links from a specific company as relevant, or even sending all mail from a sender straight to the trash.