Atlanta, CA (PRWEB) September 23, 2009
Bizmosis (http://www.bizmosis.com), a leading developer of popular applications for mobile devices, proudly announces the launch of its latest application for the iPhone: MyCards (http://www.mycardsmobile.com), which allows users to send real postcards, via first class postage, to friends, relatives and colleagues. By simply taking a picture or selecting an existing photo, users can choose one of several professionally designed postcards for just $1.99. The process is quick and easy: type a message, verify the recipient's address and the postcard is in the mail. Postcards are 4.25" x 6", top quality glossy stock, double-sided and full bleed.
"MyCards is the perfect union between new and traditional media, delivered through a perfect medium like the iPhone. This application also revives the lost custom of sending and receiving postcards, a pastime beloved by tourists, writers and adventurers alike. The convenience of MyCards memorializes any trip or special occasion, personalizing a message in a way other forms of communication lik e email, texting or instant messaging can never equal. I encourage fans to visit http://www.mycardsmobile.com to learn more about this popular application," says Ryan Turner, President of Bizmosis.
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Bizmosis continues its popularity as a commercial and critical success by building applications for a diverse clientele. "Our credibility rests with our proven ability to introduce applications that redefine the standards for excellence and design. Specifically, the applications we build for the iPhone are models of widespread acclaim and interactive enjoyment. Pirate Talk is one more example of our commitment to giving consumers the latest offerings from the nation's top designers," states Mr. Turner.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Bizmosis delivers innovative and entertaining experiences for users of mobile devices. The company's talented designers create breakthrough applications that win sales among consumers and generate interest among fans of new technology.