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Touchnote Cards, the cool app that allows you to use images on your phone to create customised postcards or greeting cards, has added a smart new feature allowing you to use your own images for the stamp too!

A free download from the Google Play Store, the application sends postcards with free worldwide delivery priced at £1.49 for a postcard and £2.98 for a greeting card (with a premium envelope included). Buying multiple tokens allows you to bring the prices down as low as 99p and £1.98 respectively.

To send a card simply select a photo, design the card and then choose who to send it to. Cards will be posted within one working day.

In my experience the actual quality of the cards is excellent, printed on very high quality card. Delivery takes up to 7 working days in the US, delivered by USPS from Touchnote's facilities in Michigan. Cards to Canada, Europe and elsewhere may take 1-2 weeks, depending on the local postal service with the exception of the UK, Australia and Germany, which take 1-4 working days. Cards in other countries can take longer - up to 3 weeks, depending on the local post service.

Every card comes with a MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE in case it’s lost, damaged or you’re otherwise not happy with your order. Touchnote will resend your card for free or return your money.

I'm looking forward to trying out the custom stamp images included in the new version and seeing if the recipients notice it's not her majesty up there on top. :D

Head on over to the Play Store to download.

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