This holiday season I have a feeling I'll be checking my inbox more often than my mail box as more and more people are sending e-cards.
If you're interested in sending a digital card, check out Paperless Post.
Their collection of holiday cards with or without photographs is tasteful and well-edited.
Prices vary on the complication of the design, but I love the virtual envelope that opens on our recipient's screen.
Next download the free app Red Stamp to create and send holiday cards
from your mobile device.
Upload photos from your camera roll, choose a template, write a message, and then press send to distribute through email, social networks, or text.
You can even print your creation, but that's starting to feel so last year.
Finally keep track of the cards you send and receive with a $3 iOS app Holiday Cards Tracker.
It syncs with your device's address book and could even connect with a printer to generate labels, but what I like about it is the historical record of cards sent and received in past holidays.
In San Francisco I'm Kara Tsuboi CNET.com for
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