What's old is new again...Postcards say "fun" ... I love this app. I'm a bartender at a popular outdoor Riverside eatery. A not so subtle reminder of fun times... Something you can hold in your hands or put on the refrigerator. I'm " Old School "and really am loving this idea. Thanks touchnote.
This app is awesome! I just started using it and have only used it 2x but so far it has been great. It has everything that I need to send a postcard to family without much effort and doesn't cost much. Also, I dont have to get up and travel to town for the perfect postcard. I can make it more personalized with my own photos. I love it. Would recommend this to everyone!!!
Kinda bs that it makes you purchase a bundle instead of just 1.99 at a time. Lowest bundle is 11.95 which includes 6 postcards and 1 free. 1.99 × 6 is 11.94 not 11.95 I know it's just a penny but is false advertising. If 10,000 people ordered this package then they'd get an extra 100 bucks. Whatever. I might try it. I might not. We'll see.
The app is ok, the layouts for your postcards are very limited and it can be very hard to re size your photos once in. The app also stays on the one moment please screen indefinitely after I've placed an order. After a while I close it and the postcards seem to have sent but it can be worrying closing the app incase I loose credits!
Love it. Personalised postcards. Takes some of the fun out of post card buying, but not having to buy stamps etc is great. Postcards tend to get home before me too!!
Love this app. Means I actually send postcards from our travels (from my children to their grandparents mainly) and also use it for thank you cards at Christmas & birthdays. I have always been terrible at actually remembering to post things so love that this is all done in one go.
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