With the Postagram app, you can use photos from Facebook, Instagram, or directly from your iPhone or Android photo library to create a high quality (glossy) postcard that can be sent anywhere the USPS delivers. The postcard is perforated around the photo (with the message on the back as well) so you can easily remove it from the rest of the postcard body.
This could be a great app for sending client “congratulation” cards after a purchase transaction. Simply snap a picture of them in front of their new home (I’ve seen a lot of agents posting these pictures on Facebook recently too!) upload it into the app with a quick message, the address and it’s good to go!
The parent company, Sincerely, also offers several other apps including more traditional greeting cards through their “INK” card app. Check it out here.
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