Guest Author - Clare Stubbs
The time has come again where we all need to start thinking about sending our annual Christmas cards to friends and family. However, this is a routine which could be changed forever, thanks to a new iTunes app that works in conjunction with the iPad and allows users to personalize their own cards.
Christmas Cards HD 1.0 has just been released by Hot Chili Apps and this software will allow you to make creative e-cards at the touch of a button so that everyone will be able to enjoy at this special time of year.
There are plenty of companies who will design and print individual cards for any occasion but, could this new iTunes app spell the end of services like this? Maybe, but there is a long way to go before this might happen.
A major plus for this app is that a user will know they did all the designing and it can be done in the comfort of their own home. In a nutshell, the entire process will feel a bit more personal as you will be sending someone an e-card that you spend time and effort doing.
Overall, the app is a great idea especially as the e-cards display HD quality but it is important to remember that it is currently only compatible with iPad technology.
What does the app include?
There are a number of great features included with this app which consist of the following:
1. A total of 36 different e-card templates to choose from which will give you the ability to add photos or messages.
2. Add individual stickers to your designs, from a selection of 18 different varieties.
The software is extremely easy to use and people of all ages can work at producing personalized e-cards to share the holiday magic with everyone else. Just imagine how a person will feel when they get a beautiful Christmas card in their mail inbox.
This particular app is available for the bargain price of $3.99 and it can be purchased through the iTunes App Store.
All you will need to do now is get creating and let others enjoy your unique designs and personal approach to sending Christmas greetings. What could be easier?
Is this going to be the new way to send our holiday cards? Possibly, but who knows.
Joyeux Noel everyone!