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Is there an iPhone app that isn’t officially available in your country, but you still want to try out, explore, and take it for a spin? If yes, we have the solution for you.

Once you follow the steps below, you will be able to see and download apps on your iPhone even if they are not released in your country’s App Store. The steps require a few minutes but are straightforward. Let us show you how to do that and also go over a few limitations.

What happens when you try to download an iOS app that’s not available in your country?

If you search for an app that isn’t available in your country, the App Store will not display it in the search results.

Next, you may use your sharp mind to search for the app on Google and tap the App Store link. Sadly, doing this will show something like:

Cannot connect to App Store

This requested app is not available in your country

So, if you have already faced the above situations, here’s how to proceed with the working way to download iOS apps not released in your country or region.

What do you need to change your App Store country?

Things needed:

A local address of that country with a ZIP code

A local phone number

A valid payment method (more about it below)

Tip: If you have these, that’s excellent. If you do not, you may Google a coffee shop or something in that country and use their address and phone number. Since no verification code is sent, you may enter any phone number. Plus, as you are doing this only for a while, it should not change things much.

Note: For me, entering the new country’s number does not change the FaceTime or iMessage number. They stay the same.

Important points related to changing App Store country

Before you change the App Store region, you must keep these in consideration.

If you have remaining store credit or Apple ID balance, you will have to spend that before changing the country.

Is there a pending refund request? If yes, you will have to wait until this is complete.

In case you are added to Family Sharing, you may have to leave it.

If you currently have a payment method added to your Apple ID, you may have to remove it. If you do not remove it, it will ask for a local payment in the new country. And if you do not have that, you can’t switch countries. After removing the current payment method, you may see “None” as one of the payment options when selecting the new country. And you can keep the payment method as “None” after changing to a different country.

In case these conditions do not seem feasible and practical, consider creating a new Apple ID using another country’s address. And if they are doable, follow along.

Download an iPhone app that’s unavailable in your country

Now that you have the basics cleared, here’s how to change the App Store country to download iPhone apps not available in your region.

Open the App Store and tap your profile picture from the top right.

Tap your name and email.

Now tap Country/Region.

Tap Change Country or Region.

Choose the desired country where that app is available.

You have successfully changed your App Store Country. Now, search for the app, and you can download it. Even the top charts recommendations, app prices, etc., will be from that chosen country and its currency.

Limitations of casually changing the App Store country

1) By following the above methods, you can download a free app and explore it. But you cannot get its subscription or use it to the fullest. It’s okay for casual fun, getting information, or satisfying your curiosity.

Plus, if you are traveling to a new country for a holiday, you can follow this method to get food, sightseeing, or similar local apps available only in that country’s App Store. But again, if the app requires a local phone number to register before using it, you will need to have that.

2) To buy a paid app, you will have to update your payment method to something accepted in that country. If you are a student going to that country for studies or someone shifting there for work, you most likely already have a local address, phone number, and credit card. You may use that. Else, you can’t get a paid app or buy a subscription, etc.

3) Even after you download an app successfully on the iPhone (while being in a different country), it may not work as the app will identify you aren’t in that actual country. To fix this, try using a VPN.

In my country, Spotify launched in 2023. But I had it on my iPhone well before that. And with a VPN, it worked fine. Obviously, I couldn’t upgrade to the paid plan. But the free version worked.

How to change the App Store region back to your original country

After your experimentation is over, it is strongly recommended that you switch back the App Store country to your real one. If you don’t, you cannot download useful apps that are available only in your country. Plus, you may have a tough time updating your existing apps as they are linked to your home App Store. This applies to all your Apple devices using this Apple ID.

Therefore, follow the same steps as above to change it back. Make sure to use your actual address and phone number.

This is how you can change the App Store region to download apps that aren’t available in your country. If you find yourself doing this frequently, the convenient option is to create a separate Apple ID with that country’s address and phone number.

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How To Download Youtube Videos On Your Iphone & Ipad

Unfortunately, although this the simplest way – you’ll see a download option below the video you’re watching – it’s locked behind a subscription in many countries. If you’re lucky and can use it in your country, then you already have your answer.

For everyone else, including in the US, UK, Canada and other Western countries, you can either pay the money for a YouTube Premium subscription and download videos the easy way. Or you can read on for the free way.

We’ll get to the specifics in a second, but the process relies on finding a website that can download YouTube videos. Over the years we’ve lost count of the number of downloader websites that have been taken down for breaching YouTube’s Ts & Cs – and copyright in general.

And that’s the biggest problem: YouTube doesn’t want you downloading videos outside of the official app because it makes money from YouTube Premium.

At the time of writing in early 2023, we were able to successfully download videos using the steps below. But if you find the website we mention has been taken down, you’ll need to search around for an alternative.

If you care, you can read about whether it is legal to download YouTube videos.


Install the Documents app

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On your device, go to the App Store and search for “Documents by Readdle”. This is a free file management app that’ll let you download YouTube videos. 


Go to Documents’ Browser

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Once installed, launch Documents, tap through the introductory screens, then tap the bottom-right icon labelled Browser.

This will display a web browser where you should see a YouTube shortcut. Tap it. If you don’t see it, just search for YouTube in the search bar.


Find a YouTube video

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Search YouTube for a video you want to download and tap on it so it starts playing. If you can’t think of one, then try Le Flex’s Since You Left Me Lonely. Now tap the Share button below the video and tap Copy in the share options to copy the link to the video.


Paste the video link

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This is the step that may not work for you. At the time of writing, it did work. Tap on the URL bar at the top of the screen and delete what’s there. Now type chúng tôi and press return on the keyboard.

Tap in the box, then tap a second time to bring up the menu and tap Paste.


Tap Start

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The link you copied from YouTube should appear in the box. Now tap Start.


Choose resolution – or just audio

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You will see a list that offers various resolutions, so you can choose the quality you want. Resolution may be limited to 1080p, so you might not be able to download the original quality if the video is in 4K. But for watching on an iPhone screen, 1080p is acceptable.

Tap the Download button next to the resolution you want. If you only want the audio – because you’re downloading music – then tap MP3 above the list.


Download the video

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After a short wait, a message should tell you the file is ready to download. Now tap Download.


Name the file

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You can keep the default name, or choose your own. Shorter names are easier to read later. If you prefer, turn off the Ask me every time toggle and, next time, the file will be downloaded straight away.


Wait for the download

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Finally, the video will download to your iPhone or iPad. It’s best to do this via Wi-Fi, not on mobile data as videos can quickly use up your monthly data allowance.


Watch the video

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When you want to watch or listen to downloaded videos or music, tap the My Files icon at the bottom left of the Documents app. You’ll see everything you’ve downloaded. Simply tap on the one you want to watch.

One of the real benefits of using the Documents app is that you can swipe down after you start a video playing, and it will continue to play.

You can turn your iPhone off (not completely off – just in standby) and the audio from the video will carry on playing so you can listen to music or podcasts downloaded from YouTube in the background.

Download via PC or Mac

If you can’t use the method above because you can’t track down a working website for downloading YouTube videos, there is an alternative if you have a PC (or a Mac).

Head to the YouTube Converter website and download the version you want – Windows or Mac. The downside is that this app isn’t free – it costs $19.95.

Now only will it download videos from YouTube, it also supports many other sources and can transfer what you download to your iPhone or iPad over Wi-Fi.

You then need to choose the quality for the videos. Although you can select 4K, it’s more sensible to choose 720p or 1080p as no iPhone or iPad yet has a 4K screen, and your chosen video may not even be 4K.

How To Download Google Fonts To Your Computer

Google Fonts presents a free way to enrich your textual output, from web content to articles and ebooks. With this guide, you will be able to download and install Google Fonts, making differently-styled letters key in your digital toolset to make text more readable. From the Star Wars intro scene to gothic prose, fonts relay the tone of your text and to which audience they are catering to.

What Are Google Fonts?

Thanks to digital technology, there are more font types now than have ever existed in the entire history prior to the industrial revolution. With a quick search, you can easily find at least half a million fonts to select from. Many of them have to be bought, but most of them are available for free.

Thankfully, Google Fonts falls into the latter category. It’s a collection of over 1,000 free, open-source font families. A font family just means that a font type contains further substyles – varying degrees of letter thickness and italics.

Some font families contain a single style, while others contain multiple styles, as you can see in the case of Roboto – 12 styles within a single font family!

Every time your web browser connects to the Internet, it sends a request from the server to access content, which is then represented accordingly. Web APIs process those requests and display the content, drawing from the available font sets on the server. This means that Google Fonts are completely free!

Why Would You Need Google Fonts?

The better question is, why wouldn’t you use a free resource that doesn’t require any licensing? Google Fonts are free for both personal and commercial use, making them a go-to tool for any web designer, student, or office worker.

Those who are students of marketing know very well the importance of typography in delivering any type of message – from launching a new product to scholastic work. Each typography represents a brand personality, making your content stand out from the crowd.

How to Download and Install Google Fonts on Windows 10

1. Go to the Google Fonts page.

2. Select the font family that is most appealing to your needs. You can preview each font style to make double-sure it is the right one. Roboto is quite a readable, generalist font, suited for a wide range of uses.

4. A File Explorer window will pop up, asking you where to save the font family. Remember the folder where you saved the downloaded font.

With downloading and extracting out of the way, it’s time to actually install the font family, so it becomes accessible in all of your applications, like MS Word, OneNote, Notepad, etc.

8. Select the “Personalization” category and “Fonts.”

9. Split the screen between File Explorer and Settings by dragging the windows to either the left or right edge of the screen. Select all the font files by pressing Ctrl + A and drag them into the “Add fonts” box. (Unselect the license file, as it is not a font type file.)

10. That’s it! To double-check if it is installed, just type the name of it in the search bar, and it will show up as an available font.

How to Install Google Fonts on macOS

The download and extracting procedure is the same as for Windows 10.

How to Install Google Fonts on Linux

Follow the same steps to download the fonts zip file, then follow the instructions here to install the fonts in Linux.

Managing Your Fonts

Lastly, to streamline the management of your font library, you can install a free program, FontBase, supported on Windows, Mac, and Linux. If you have the needs to use Windows fonts on Linux, here is how you can install Microsoft TrueType fonts on Linux.

Rahul Nambiampurath

Rahul Nambiampurath started his career as an accountant but has now transitioned into working full-time in the tech space. He is an ardent fan of decentralized and open source technologies. When he’s not writing, he’s usually busy making wine, tinkering with his android device, or hiking some mountains.

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How To Download Windows 8.1 ‘General Availability’ In Your Pc (Update)

Windows 8.1 will become available worldwide on October 18th and current Windows 8 and Windows RT users will get the update for free. Everyone wishing to download the Windows 8.1 update will be able to do so through the Windows Store, and the same day the new bits will come preinstalled on every new PC.

Keep in mind that Windows 8.1 General Availability is on Oct. 18th, but Windows 8 users will be able to download the update through the Store starting October 17th at 7AM Eastern Time. For everyone else the new operating system is up for purchase: Windows 8.1 (core) is priced at $119.99 and Windows 8.1 Pro has a price tag of $199.99. Also in this release Microsoft is discontinuing the upgrade option, now every copy is a full version, and users won’t need to have an OS pre-installed before installing the new version.

SEE ALSO: Pre-order Windows 8.1, price starts at $119

Getting Windows 8.1 now

Of course, if you are a TechNet or MSDN subscriber, or you have a DreamSpark account, you don’t have to wait for Windows 8.1 General Availability, you can download the RTM (Release To Manufacturer) .ISO file right now. Also like with every other piece of software there are other channels where you can download the installation files, such as from torrent sites, but that isn’t the right way to do it and I do not recommend it. However, if you do decide going the torrent way, at least make sure you check the Windows 8.1 ISO MD5 hashes with a tool like the Microsoft File Checksum Integrity Verifier (FCIV) to verify you’re downloading a file that hasn’t been tampered with.

Quick Tip: Here are the MD5 hashes for both Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Pro:

x64 — SHA1:BC2F7FF5C91C9F0F8676E39E703085C65072139B

x86 — SHA1:802CFCD3A411D99C097EA7E747F0B6697F9BDAC4

Here are the MD5 hashes for both Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Pro:

At the beginning Microsoft will only offer to upgrade from the Windows Store, but certainly soon after the company will make available the .ISO file for everyone to download, and then you’ll be able to use Microsoft Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool to create a Windows 8.1 bootable media.

Know before installing Windows 8.1

Installing Windows 8.1 is a straightforward process: once the final version becomes available, you’ll be notified to install a Windows update and only then you will be able to download the new OS from the Windows Store, and you’ll be able keep your apps, accounts, or personal documents.

SEE ALSO: How to update to Windows 8.1 final from any OS version covering all the basics

However, if you are running Windows 8.1 Preview, things are a bit different. Users who are running the Preview version of the operating system will also have the option to upgrade, but apps (modern apps and traditional desktop programs) will need to be reinstalled and during the upgrade process, documents, accounts, and settings will be preserved. So, don’t forget to backup!

Update: Here is the link to update Windows 8.1 for free from the Windows Store. Keep in mind that Microsoft’s server are getting a lot of traffic, because everyone is updating at the same time, so be patient if you get a 403 or Forbidden Error trying to download the final bits. Also make sure you install all the available updates before moving forward. For more information visit this Microsoft link!

Acer Aspire 5 Review: An Affordable Laptop That’s Enjoyable To Use


Affordable price

Rugged build

Great keyboard

Good selection of ports


Subpar webcam

Annoying bloatware comes pre-installed

Touchpad is a little hard to use

Our Verdict

With its affordable price, decent performance, and robust build, the Acer Aspire 5 is a great budget option for most people.

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Are you in the market for Windows laptop? Don’t want to spend more than $500? Then an Acer Aspire laptop is likely near the top of your list. Aspire laptops routinely take the top slot in Amazon’s list of best-selling laptops with some models dipping as low as $369.99. The model we tested for this review is the best of both worlds. It’s reasonably priced and it delivers pretty good performance.

Enter the Acer Aspire 5. This laptop packs an Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM, and is among the most expensive in the Aspire line. But that doesn’t mean it’s expensive. It has a suggested MSRP of $499.99 and sometimes retails for as little as $479.99. A Windows laptop with a recent Core i5 processor for less than $499.99 might seem too good to be true. Acer certainly makes sacrifices to achieve it. Still, the Aspire 5 is a competent and enjoyable laptop.

Acer Aspire 5 A514-54-501Z specs and features

The Acer Aspire 5 pairs an Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor with 8GB of RAM and a PCIe solid state drive. Buyers interested in graphics performance should note the Core i5-1135G7 packs Intel’s Iris Xe graphics with 80 execution units and a maximum clock of 1.3GHz. This isn’t Intel’s fastest integrated graphics option, but it’s a big leap up from Intel UHD graphics found in most 10th-generation Intel Core hardware.

CPU: Intel Core i5-1135G7

Memory: 8GB

Graphics/GPU: Intel Iris Xe

Display: 14-inch 1080p LCD

Storage: 256GB PCIe solid state drive

Webcam: 720p 

Connectivity:  2x USB 3.2 Type-A, 1x USB 2.0 Type-A, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C (data only), 1x Ethernet, 1x HDMI 1.4, 1x 3.5mm combo audio, 1x DC-in barrel plug

Networking: Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5

Biometrics: None

Battery capacity: 53watt-hour

Dimensions: 0.71 x 8.88 x 12.9 inches

Weight: 3.75 pounds

Design and build quality

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The Acer Aspire 5 is what you get if you show up at Jo-Anne Fabrics and order 14 inches of laptop. They’ll roll it out, cut it, roll it back up, and hand it to you in a tall paper bag. It’s up to you to iron out any wrinkles once you get it home.

What the laptop lacks in flair is excused by its solid, durable feel. I’ll even admit the laptop has something in common with a would-be suitor on The Bachelorette: it’s generic, yes, but admittedly handsome. The silver-and-black trim is businesslike and the black keycaps look attractive. 

Well, there is one quirk. The display lid is slightly more bronze than the rest of the laptop. It’s not that noticeable in real life, though the difference is plain in photos. 

The laptop comes in at .71 inches thick and 3.75 pounds. It’s no featherweight, but it will easily slip into most laptop bags and is light enough that you can forget you’re carrying it at all. The power adapter is small and will slip into a small pocket on a backpack, messenger bag, or purse. 

Keyboard and trackpad

The Acer Aspire 5 has a great keyboard. The key layout is spacious and individual key travel is significant. Key feel is a bit vague but not so bad as to spoil the experience. I spent hours typing and found it to be quick, accurate, and comfortable. So long as the lights are on, at least.

The keyboard lacks a backlight. This isn’t uncommon in the $500 price bracket, but still worth noting, as it makes the laptop difficult to use in a dark room.

You’ll enjoy the Acer Aspire 5 most when it’s on a desk with an external mouse attached. This will let you enjoy the solid keyboard and ignore the lackluster touchpad. 

Display, audio

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The Acer Aspire 5 packs a 14-inch, 1080p display with a matte coat. It’s basic, but not unremarkable, as it’s at once better and worse than expected.

Let’s start with the bad. The display has a limited color gamut, coming in at just 64 percent of the sRGB scale. Color accuracy is a bit worse than average as well, though not awful. The narrow color gamut and mediocre accuracy saps vibrancy from the display. 

The disappointing color performance is paired with a strong contrast ratio of up to 1300:1, which is respectable for a budget laptop. Brightness is good, measuring up to 290 nits. That’s high enough to make the matte display usable in nearly all indoor lighting. 

Don’t forget the display’s 1080p resolution. This might seem basic to enthusiasts, but budget buyers often find themselves facing laptops with an inferior 1366-by-768 display. Going with 1080p makes the Aspire 5 easy to use and ensures crisp, sharp text. 

A pair of downward-firing speakers provide the laptop’s audio. They’re loud at maximum volume and tuned towards a clear, crisp mid-range. The speakers are a good match for podcasts, YouTube, and some streaming, as dialogue always stands out. The maximum volume can compete with moderate ambient noise like that from a large fan or office HVAC system.

Webcam, microphone

The Acer Aspire 5 has a basic 720p webcam and a single microphone. Both perform well enough for most Zoom calls but never impress. Those hoping to look crisp in a video conference will need to budget for a decent external webcam.

The good news? The Aspire 5’s top bezel is thick, so most external webcams can perch on top of it without obstruction. The laptop also won’t tip over with a heavy webcam such as the Dell Ultrasharp 4K attached.


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The Acer Aspire 5 uses its thick frame to make room for lots of old-school connectivity. There’s a total of three USB Type-A ports (two USB 3.2 and one USB 2.0), one USB 3.2 Type-C supporting up to 5Gbps of bandwidth, full-sized HDMI, Ethernet, and a 3.5mm combo audio jack.

The connectivity will be ideal for most buyers. Those looking at a budget laptop will likely use devices that require USB-A and HDMI connections.

Wireless connectivity is the usual combination of Wi-Fi 6 with Bluetooth, both provided by MediaTek’s MT7921 wireless LAN card. Wi-Fi performance was reliable across my home. I had no problems connecting a Bluetooth mouse and headphones.


So, do the specifications lead to respectable performance?

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PCMark 10, a general productivity benchmark, starts the Aspire 5 off on the wrong foot with an unimpressive score of 3,902. That this ends up behind faster Intel Core processors is no surprise. However, the real problem is AMD. Ryzen 5 processors, which are found in mid-range laptops like the HP Envy x360 15.

On the other hand, it’s worth keeping the price in mind. Most Ryzen 5 laptops are priced well above $499. AMD’s Ryzen 3 is more commonly found at $499 and below. The Acer Aspire 5’s score can be excused by the fact it’s by far the least expensive Windows laptop we’ve tested in recent months. 

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Cinebench R15 also turns in a fairly anemic result which, as with PCMark 10, is largely due to the Core i5-1135G7’s quad-core design. It can’t keep up with AMD processors that pack more processor cores. As with the PCMark 10 results, the Aspire 5’s must be kept in mind. Laptops in the Aspire 5’s price range often have Intel Core i3 and AMD Ryzen 3 processors with as few as two cores. These will deliver even less impressive results. 

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This second test performs the same encode on the same file, but instead uses Intel’s Quick Sync and AMD’s Video Coding Engine to enhance performance. 

Wow. It’s a big leap, isn’t it? 

The Acer Aspire 5 does well, performing the encode in just over four minutes. Its score comes in slightly behind the MSI Prestige 14 Evo, a 14-inch Windows laptop with a Core i7 processor. The AMD laptop, using VCE, slips behind both Intel machines, though its encode is still over four times quicker than before. 

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Intel’s Iris Xe graphics power the Acer Aspire 5 to a score of 1,226 in 3DMark’s Time Spy benchmark. This is not too far behind the HP Envy x360 15, which we reviewed with an AMD APU packing Radeon Vega 8 graphics. Gamers will find the Aspire can handle older and less demanding games like Counter-Strike and League of Legends with no issues. Demanding titles like Control won’t be playable at 1080p and 30 frames per second even at low detail.

Battery life

Acer ships the Aspire 5 with a 53 watt-hour battery. This is a respectable size for a budget laptop. However, our battery test, which loops a local video file until the battery gives out, reported only six hours and 35 minutes of endurance. That’s not a great result.

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Real-world results backed up our test. I used the Acer Aspire 5 extensively for several days and each day pegged endurance at six to seven hours. My workflow consisted of web browsing, writing in Microsoft Word, and photo editing. The battery life is fine for a budget Windows laptop. It can’t handle a full eight-hour work day, but it’s enough for most cross-country flights and more than adequate for use at a local coffee shop. Budget buyers looking for enhanced portability should turn their attention toward Chromebooks like the Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 or HP Chromebook x2 11.


The Acer Aspire 5 arrives with a variety of pre-installed software. This includes Norton Antivirus, Dropbox, Firefox, and a taskbar shortcut to Amazon’s main page that simply opens the default web browser (which is still Edge, though Firefox is installed). Additional web links such as chúng tôi can be found in the Windows Start menu. While a tad annoying, these extras aren’t a problem. They don’t hamper performance or generate unwanted pop-ups. Norton Antivirus is by far the most annoying software, but it’s easy to uninstall. 


The Acer Aspire 5 avoids typical budget laptop pitfalls. Windows laptops sold at this price or below often make extreme cuts. They may have a dual-core processor, just 4GB of RAM, or a tiny 128GB hard drive. This laptop does none of this. It delivers the bare minimum for an enjoyable Windows 11 experience and does so at a price just tens of dollars more expensive than less capable alternatives (including other Aspire models). That makes it hard to beat for $499. 

How To Schedule An Email In The Mac Mail App With Automator

While it seems like a simple request, many of us are still waiting for a “send later” feature in the Mail app. Having the ability to compose your email and schedule a time for it to be sent is wonderful for both business emails and personal ones.

For work, you might be diligent about managing your time and work on emails at a specific time each day. So writing them up and scheduling a time to send them is not just convenient, but essential. For personal emails, you might create messages for birthdays, anniversaries, or other occasions ahead of time. Being able to schedule those keeps you from forgetting to send them when the time comes.

Until Apple adds a feature to Mail that lets us send emails later, you have a few options. The one we’ll show you here is how to use Automator on Mac to schedule Mail.

Set up email with Automator

1) Select New Document and then pick Application for the type.

2) In the far left-hand sidebar, make sure Actions is selected and under Library, and pick Mail.

3) To the right, choose New Mail Message and drag it to the workflow space.

4) Compose your message in that New Mail Message box, include all pieces (To, Subject, etc.) and select an Account if necessary.

Follow the same steps to add more messages that you’d like to schedule for the same time.

5) Choose Send Outgoing Messages from the list and drag it to the workflow window below the New Mail Message box (or after the last Message box if you have more than one).

What you did with the steps above was create an Automator Application that will send the email you composed when it’s triggered. Now it’s time to set up the trigger on a date and at a time you choose in your Calendar.

Related: How to speed up tasks with Automator and Calendar Alarms on Mac

Schedule the email with Calendar

Open Calendar on your Mac and head to the date when you want to send the email(s). Create an event on that date and select the time you’d like. Then, do the following.

1) Under Alert, pick Custom.

2) In the first drop-down box, choose Open File.

3) In the next drop-down box, select the application you created. You’ll likely need to pick Other and navigate to where you saved it.

4) For the Alert timing, choose At Time of Event in the drop-down box.

And there you have it! You’ve created an application to send the email you wrote on the date and at the time you want. After the scheduled time, you can head to your Sent folder in the Mail app to double-check that the email was sent as you intended.

The first time the application runs, you will receive a pop-up message asking for your permission. But if you continue to schedule emails with it, you shouldn’t see that message again.

Continue scheduling emails

As mentioned, you can reuse the Automator Application that you created to keep scheduling emails. So although it’s a bit of work upfront, reusing the application is simple.

1) Open Automator and select Open an Existing Document.

5) Follow the steps to add an event to your Calendar to run the application and schedule your emails to be sent.

Alternatives for scheduling emails on Mac

If you’re not keen on using Automator or don’t plan to schedule emails often, you have a couple of other options.

First, you can use a different email app. Spark Mail is a great option, available across platforms and devices, and offers a scheduling feature. Check out our how-to on using Spark to schedule emails.

Second, you can look at plug-ins for the Mail app. Mailbutler is a popular tool with features for inbox organization, team communication, and yes, email scheduling. The unfortunate part is that you’ll need to pay for the Professional or Business plan to use the feature.

Wrapping it up

Apple gives us the ability to schedule texts in the Messages app, so why not emails in the Mail app? Until a send later feature arrives for Mail, at least you have other options.

Will you schedule Mail with Automator on Mac? Or will you opt for either a different email app or a plug-in? Let us know!

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