Monday, January 26, 2015

@InklyCards Personally Handwritten Greeting Cards Giveaway!

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Inkly is a mobile app that allows you to send personally handwritten greeting cards and/or postcards from your smartphone. All you have to do is write your message on paper, taking a photo of it within the app, and it can then be placed into the personalized card of your choice.

Currently, printing and postage is based in the UK, so depending on your recipient, it can take a little longer to arrive. Printing from the USA is expected to roll out soon.
@InklyCards Personally Handwritten Greeting Cards & Giveaway!
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Inkly cards are printed in the highest possible quality every time, so they will look lovely! You can pick from a variety of envelope colors, including recycled ones. You can make your own cards with your own pictures.
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Check Inkly out!
Get the App from App Store.
Get the App from Google Play Store.
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch iOS 6.0, and Android 4.0 and up.

Inkly wanted to offer a unique code to a reader to try out the app for free! Please use the Rafflecopter below to enter and lend some support to Inkly! Giveaway is open to anyone, starts today, and ends on Sunday, February 1st, 2015.
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Natalie Lo said...

Thanks for the giveaway opportunity, Azizah! :)))
This app seems like something I would try out. I tend to lose a lot of the paper I write on, so it'd be cool to save some of the stuff digitally.

Ecclectit bits said...

I'm just in trial mode - almost all my inCoWriMo will be trialed using INkly - report to follow :)

John Smith said...

Oh that is a cool Idea.

electriceye said...

Yeah, that is pretty awesome!

Erik Coonor said...

Nice post with information ...
I can follow these greeting cards apps idea and refer to any beginner in this field.

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