Perfect for when you can't find the right postcards
TouchNote Postcards Review
by on December 24, 2010
Imagine the scene – you’re on Muscle Beach in California, you’re working out with other oiled up men, and you think ‘these guns would make an ace postcard for dear Mama’.
If that’s likely to happen to you, then this application will be perfect – simply pull the pointing pose and get another man to handle your phone’s camera, and you can use the resulting snap as a postcard.
Costing only £1.49 / £1.99, the app asks you for a photo, crops it for you, asks for an address and a message and then sends off the postcard to a doormat anywhere in the world.
We’re not sure of the general cost, as the application told us two different things, but you can either do it via mobile billing or Google Checkout, although PayPal would be a handy third option.
Of course, it uses data to upload the information, so if you’re on your hols we suggest waiting until you’re in a Wi-Fi hotspot to push the postcard out.
But there’s good communication from the service via email, and the photos are printed at 10AM every day and sent, so things will be super speedy. A great app for the personal touch when you want to stay in touch.
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