Postcards: From your iPhone to a Loved One's Refrigerator

April 9, 2009 in Social Networking (E)

[] New York, NY - Stolen Bases today announces "Postcards", a new iPhone Application. Postcards is a free download, available now, from Apple's App Store. Postcards, is an easy to use application that allows anyone to create and mail a physical postcard directly from an iPhone or iPod Touch.

Postcards has a simple elegant interface that allows the user to select-or take-a photo, click a button and have a 6" x 4.25" postcard sent via the U.S. mail to any U.S. address in the iPhone's address book. Optionally a caption can be put on the front and a longer message on the back.

"In this digital age it's especially touching to receive something tangible. We give each customer two free postcards to show off the high quality printing and finishing" says Michael Angst, CEO of Stolen Bases. "We have kids; our kids have grandparents; we use this app ourselves."

To get a polished user interface, Stolen Bases teamed up with Big Stone Phone, maker of Twittelator Pro. "Postcards was a fun side-project. Tweets are instantaneous, ephemeral and you never know who is receiving them. Postcards are the perfect complement" says Andrew Stone, founder of Big Stone Phone.

Postcards is the first phone-specific application for the WYWH Postcard service, available to all mobile-phone users.

WYWH is a joint venture between Stolen Bases, LLC and netomat, a leader in mobile community solutions. Copyright 2009 WYWH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

About Big Stone Phone
Big Stone Phone is the iPhone development branch of Stone Design. Big Stone Phone has shipped seven iPhone apps: Twittelator, Twittelator Pro, SoundBite, TalkingPics, MobileMix, iGraffiti and Gesture.


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