Yes, I’m that old, and proud of it. About the only thing we get in the mail today are bills and envelopes for our round file collector. How do people send bulk and personalized greeting cards today?
A Free Greeting Card App
What’s better news on a Friday than news about an app you can put to use immediately on your Mac, and it comes with a price tag you’ll love.
Yes, Greeting Box is free, creates holiday greeting cards which you can personalize, and there’s a couple of gotchas lurking around.
Good news first. Greeting box gives you simple templates to create birthday cards, holiday greeting cards, all personalized with your own photos.
Photos can be printed out or emailed. Simply select an appropriate greeting card template, add a photo, modify the background, choose a frame, add some text (even modify the fonts).
Greeting Box comes with over 30 different, well-designed holiday greeting card templates.
Add your own text or comments to each card to personalize the card for your recipient. What you see is what you get.
That’s the good news. Here’s the not quite so good news.
Greeting Box is free, works rather well (not many options), and comes with a few dozen holiday greetings templates.
That’s the problem. That sounds like plenty of templates, but it’s not really. That means easy holiday gets only a few different templates.
If you want more templates, they’re $4.99.
$4.99 for a Birthday Box of templates, $4.99 for the Christmas Box, and so on. You get the idea, right? Free just isn’t what it used to be.