Ever forget a family member or friend’s birthday and you didn’t send out a card?  No worries, there are apps that will allow you to personalize greeting cards and send either physical cards or cards through email.  Check out these apps that will save you in a pinch.

 

CleverCards:  This app allows you to send either physical card or digital card.  You can either use your Facebook account or create an account.  If you do use your Facebook to login to this app, you will see that it will show you friends’ birthdays that are coming up.  Simply tap their profile picture and you’re off to start creating the card.  Cards for other occasions are also available and you are able to send cards to people who you do not have as a friend on Facebook.  CleverCards is $2.99 and above for printed out mailed cards, but you are able to send them electronically for free.

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Ink Cards:  Ink Cards allows you to choose from a huge assortment of categories to send out customizable postcards.  You can include a message and/or a photo on the front and then an optional message on the back where the mailing address appears.  All cards are printed on 5×7 inch, heavy, glossy stock.  Ink Cards is $1.99 per printed card and once you tried out Ink Cards they give you a second card for free.

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JustWink Greeting Cards:  JustWink allows you to choose from a seasonal selection.  For example, currently they are offering Thanksgiving and Hanukkah greeting cards but have not yet released their Christmas options.  They offer all the regular occasions such as birthdays and thank yous, along with some non-regular options such as “Thanks Soldier!”  All you have to do is tap the card you wish to send, swipe to open, then you can add your personal message and/or a photograph.  Printed cards will cost $2.99 to send, but you are able to send cards electronically by email or Facebook.

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