Postagram Makes Sending Postcards Easy

October 4, 2012 by

Love sending postcards during your travels, but hate finding a post office, and the correct currency, to mail them out? Luckily, there’s an app for that.

Postagram allows travelers to snap a photo with their phone and turn it into a real life postcard sent through the mail, all for 99 cents. This is how it works: Take a photo in the app, or select a previously snapped photo from your camera roll, Instagram, or Facebook account.

Next, write your message and select your recipient. After entering your credit card information (which you only have to do once), your personalized postcard gets sent to Postagram headquarters where it is printed and shipped. Two to five days later, your postcard reaches its destination.

Postagram is a great way to keep in touch while traveling, and since the photos pop out of the postcard, they also make a nice keepsake. Besides, wouldn’t your parents and friends back home rather see a picture of you in front of the Eiffel Tower, instead of a stock photo?

Postagram is available for both iPhone and Android. Don’t have either? You have the option to send personalized postcards through their website, too.

For more information, check out Postagram’s website, and watch this cute video explaining the service.

photo credit: Postagram

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  1. Tara says:

    Never heard of this before — what a fantastic idea. I’m going to give it a try on our travels this weekend. Thanks for the suggestion!

  2. Julie C. says:

    What a brilliant idea. So great for trips that are multi-country or more than two weeks long. Very cool!

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