Postmark vs sendwithus: What are the differences?
Postmark: Email delivery for web apps - done right. Postmark removes the headaches of delivering and parsing transactional email for webapps with minimal setup time and zero maintenance; sendwithus: Email automation for developers + testing and analytics for marketers. Send email from your app with a simple API call, Sendwithus manages the rest. Templates, testing, data management, segments, and analytics are all accessible through a friendly dashboard.
Postmark and sendwithus can be categorized as "Transactional Email" tools.
Some of the features offered by Postmark are:
- Create a new virtual server- Instant access to our infrastructure, no waiting required. Create as many servers as you want, for each of your web applications and environments.
- Drop code into your app- Swap in our SMTP endpoint, or get started with our APIs using one of our send API libraries for Ruby, Rails, .NET, Python, PHP, and more.
- Send emails and track delivery- A beautiful interface to monitor volume, bounces, spam complaints, and send activity. View full email content to troubleshoot issues.
On the other hand, sendwithus provides the following key features:
- A/B testing
- click tracking
"Simple" is the primary reason why developers consider Postmark over the competitors, whereas "Easy setup" was stated as the key factor in picking sendwithus.
Swat.io, Docplanner, and Walls.io are some of the popular companies that use Postmark, whereas sendwithus is used by StackShare, CodeCombat, and Homejoy. Postmark has a broader approval, being mentioned in 67 company stacks & 15 developers stacks; compared to sendwithus, which is listed in 34 company stacks and 5 developer stacks.
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We use Postmark for application-specific transactional emails like notifications and digests for our users.