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Neat little app uses Instagram API to send real, physical postcards directly from your image archive.
While the rest of America is purchasing bouquets of roses and See's candies, take a stab at these easy, one-hour (or less) projects that any technology-loving guy or gal would appreciate.
Two mobile app developers think they can bring back the golden age of lousy, disposable point-and-shoots.
The holiday season is fast approaching, meaning it's time to get to work and start sending out those holiday cards. This year, however, you may want to use your smartphone to do all the work for you.
Sincerely, maker of Postagram and PopBooth, launches API to stay ahead of iOS Card app.
Apple launched a product that's almost identical to Sincerely's -- and that's giving the 6-month-old startup a big boost.
With additions like a location-based Find My Friends apps, Apple's jumping in where loads of others are gaining traction or trying hard.
Instagram is a popular iPhone photo app that turns an average photo into something amazing. With Instagram you can take pictures, apply retro filters and tilt-shift effects, and upload images within the app for your followers to see. But with such amazing-looking pictures, you are bound to want to use them outside of the app. We show you five sites and services that enable you to make the most of your Instagrammed photos.
Postagram is an iPhone app that allows users to take a picture, upload it, and send it as a postcard. The process is seamless and makes for a great way to send personalized postcards to loved ones and friends. After reading this guide you will be able to send a postcard from your iPhone in no time.