Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Voice Card lets users make fantastic greeting cards with a personalized touch.
Voice Card is a great app for two reasons. First, the app makes really nice greeting cards in which users can take their own photo and use their own voice to record a greeting. The second great reason is that Voice Card will save you money! (have you been to Hallmark lately?)
At this time, the app has pre-designed themes for Valentine’s Day, New Year’s, and Winter. However there are more holidays and birthdays on their way in a future update. Each theme has about five different cards to choose from and users simply swipe to navigate through them.
Creating a really nice custom card is done in five easy steps:
1.) Choose a theme card
2.) Take a photo using the iPhone camera or choose an existing photo in the Photos app (iPhone/iPod Touch).
3.) Pan/scale the photo to find a good fit
4.) Record a personal greeting (optional)
5.) Email the card to the recipient or save the card to the Photos app.
The current version of Voice Card allows users to email the card from within the app, however a future update is adding Facebook and Twitter support.
After using the app for the last few days, I must say I really like it. It is very easy to make a fantastic personalized card and the process is so fast. I can’t wait to see what themes future updates to the app will bring. Since the app is new, the developer would love to hear your feedback, so check them out on their website!
Voice Card is available in the App Store for $1.99.
We’re going to give away two copies of Voice Card today! To enter, simply post a meaningful comment below!
Winners chosen at random; Contest ends February 14, 2010 at 11:59PM PST.
1.) Make sure to include your email in the name entry form or I cannot contact you!
2.) One Contest Entry Per Person. Do NOT attempt to post multiple contest entries under different emails and/or user names during the same contest.
3.) Winner(s) must claim prize(s) within 24 hours of me sending the confirmation email. Failure to do so results in expulsion from the contest.