Thanks to everyone who took part in the giveaway this week, and special thanks to the kind people at Touchnote! I’m excited to let you know that the winners have now been chosen. Congratulations are in order to:
Well done to the lucky winners, and we’ll be in touch soon. Sorry to those who missed out, be sure to check back for more great competitions!
Old Competition Post
I reviewed Touchnote back in November and am proud to announce that we have 5 sets of 10 credits to give away to our illustrious readers!
Touchnote is the perfect app if you’re looking to send real-life postcards from the comfort of your iPad. Add your own photos, message, and signature – get sending away!
If you want to get started for free, read on to find out how to enter. It was recently included in our roundup of 11 iPad Apps to Show Off to Your Friends, you’ll be amazed at how fun it is to send physical postcards from the comfort of your iPad!
The iPad is a wonderful machine, but do you ever find yourself stuck when someone asks you to show them what it can do? You end up showing them Reeder and Mail, apps you use everyday that, while great, don’t truly show off the potential of the iPad!
This is a roundup of apps that are guaranteed to make your friends’ mouths hang open in awe, designed to take full advantage of the amazing things the iPad is capable off. Get ready…
Sometimes sending an email just feels so impersonal…
Sending your friend, or loved one, a postcard is a much nicer way of expressing your [insert emotion] than merely emailing them a link to an hilarious Onion article. This is where Touchnote comes in.
With the release of Cards, Apple has made it clear that they a least see a market in this sphere, even if they aren’t going to pursue it fervently in the future. One small issue, however, is that it’s not available for the iPad! Not to fear, Touchnote provides you with an iPad friendly alternative, but is the extra love you’ll receive in response to your physical postcard worth it?