Landel MailBug doesn’t display photos. Why? Because not displaying photos and other computer-based files is how we keep MailBug so simple and so inexpensive.
We know what you’re thinking: “I want to get MailBug for my mom so she can exchange email with the family, but I want to send her photos, too.” Rest easy, we have a better solution.
After all, if you want your mom to have easy-to-use email without the hassles and problems of a computer, why would you want her to struggle with computer-based files attached to her email? If you want to make email so easy for your mom that you can exchange email with her every single day, then not adding frustrations to her email is critical.
You don’t have to complicate your mom’s email just to share photos with her, there is a better way.
A MailBug and a digital picture frame — a great combination that will keep your mom in the family loop, making email and photos easy and effortless.
Get MailBug for your mom for email, so that email can be effortless and easy.
Make your email exchange a daily conversation.
Keep her email simple.
Get a digital picture frame for your mom for the photos, and from time to time create a new album of several photos, put them on a USB thumb drive and send the thumb drive to her. All she’ll have to do is plug it in, no hassles, no computer struggles, no virus threats, and a much better presentation of your photos. Over time, she’ll collect a shoe box full of thumb drive albums, each of them easy to view whenever she wants, with ease.
We’re not suggesting that MailBug can directly interact with a digital picture frame. It can’t. It wasn’t designed to do that. MailBug and digital picture frames are completely independent things.
We are suggesting, however, that using MailBug for everyday email communication, and separately using a digital picture frame to display digital photo albums, is a really simple solution.
If you would like to exchange email with someone who doesn’t want to deal with the hassles of a computer, get them a MailBug. And if you would like to share pictures with someone who doesn’t want to deal with the hassles of a computer, get them a digital picture frame.