August 1, 2009

Vic Mahfood eCards

COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: Cards, Lifestyle, Native, Sentiments
..RELEASED: 7/27/09, VERSION: 1.0 -- RATING: 4 Stars..

Finding this app gem this morning started my weekend off right. I do love good, quality cards and American Greetings usually always offers that. Additionally, the fact that the app is free makes it so much sweeter. You can insert your photo in many cards, while some of the cards utilize video which is a cute idea! The categories of cards include: birthday, just because, love, friendship, special occasions, thank you, care & concern and I'm sorry. There is a top ten list which you can quickly look through to find favorites. Whatever cards you e-mail will be saved in the app under My Cards. The app could probably use a few more cards and categories, but I'm sure in time, they may be forthcoming. So don't wait, run to get your app and start sending greetings to friends and family.

"The American Greetings eCards app gives you exclusive access to a vast selection of American Greetings' world-class greetings - wherever you are, whatever the moment. Now you can send the best cards on the web from American Greetings, straight from your iPhone. Featuring high-quality, innovative cards, add-a-photo eCard using photos from your iPhone and create-a-card with different stickers, backgrounds and messages."

--Note:  This app requires OS 2.2 or later. OS 3.0 Tested. Rated Rated 12+ for Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes, Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor, Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco or Drug Use or References.
--Tip: Grab this app now while it's free for a limited time. We all know the quality of American Greetings cards.
--Languages: English
--Developer: American Greetings

Note: Prices, Ratings and Versions are subject to change. Please visit the iTunes App Store for more details, and to download:

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