Being an extension of Chrome and Firefox, I Hate Mailto prevents your e-mail client automatically popping up whenever you click the contact section of websites. Copying the e-mail address instead, I Hate Mailto lets you paste the address you want to send your e-mail, wherever you like.
For $ 1.99, I Hate Mailto also stands out as a collaborative work of Cleanmock and culrs teams. You can review and test how the product operates through the website, before buying it.
If you then wish to give I Hate Mailto a chance, you can make your payment from the startup's website via PayPal or debit/credit card. You'll then be able to access the Chrome or Firefox extension you downloaded by using the license key sent to your e-mail address.
I Hate Mailto, indeed, is an example of how tiny details that annoy users can be transformed into new products and services. The user experience that starts being prioritized by the brands, especially during recent years, allows new startups and products being created in different fields.