LONDON, 23 June, 2011 - Touchnote, the award-winning start-up which enables you to send photos from your mobile phone as real, printed postcards, today announced a new version of its iPhone app, just in time for the su mmer holidays.

The app is the perfect travel companion and makes it easier than ever to share special moments and photos with loved ones in a meaningful way. New travel features mean that you can:

• Enhance your holiday snaps with Hipstamatic or Instagram and send them using Touchnote
• Create cards offline on the beach to send later when you’re online
• Show where you’ve been with the option to include a Google map on the back of the card
• Send a postcard to many friends in one shot

“The photos you can create on an iPhone now are truly inspiring, and they deserve to be shared in more creative and meaningful ways than just on a phone or computer screen,” says Raam Thakrar, Touchnote’s CEO. “We’ve sent postcards to over 200 countries, and we’ve taken all that great customer feedback to really improve Touchnote on iPhones”.

Other improvements to the app enable you to:
• Zoom, rotate and crop your photo with a single touch
• Preview your card before sending, to make sure it’s perfect
• Save time and money by buying postcard packs in advance
• Create and send orders much faster
• Use Touchnote in French and German
• See your full postcard sending history

The app works on all iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads with iOS v3.2 and above.

Touchnote also has a great application for Android phones and tablets – pre-installed on Sony Ericsson devices and currently featured by Google in the Android Market - as well as for Windows Phone 7 and Palm devices. And postcards can also be sent from any computer at

For more information and a test account:
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About Touchnote

Touchnote – reinventing the humble postcard since 2008

Touchnote is a mobile and online service that lets you create your own postcards from your photos. Touchnote for Mobile was the first mobile application that enabled customers to create and send a personalised, physical product directly from the mobile phone. Touchnote has partnered with Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Microsoft and the Post Office.

Published on: 5:25PM on 23rd June 2011