Sending e-cards the simple way
by on August 28, 2011
If you’re at the point where you’ve become so digitally assimilated in social networks that you barely see the sunshine, sending birthday cards is clearly sacrilege.
So save yourself some cash and send e-cards instead… you DEFINITELY won’t lose any friends that way.
The application is actually pretty cute and simple – log in with your Facebook account and you’ll see all your friends’ birthdays and you’ll be able to easily keep up to date with them thanks to push notifications.
However a word of warning: it seems you need to send your password unencrypted to make it work, which is a little worrying in any scenario.
The app is cooler if you want to send the odd funny message by Twitter, Facebook or SMS – you can even put other people’s faces on cards using pinch and zoom for a fun alternative touch.
As free apps go it’s OK – but that privacy thing and people’s apathy to e-cards on the whole don’t make it a winner.
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