Send Thank You’s With iGiftThanks App

Instead of sending thank you cards, there’s a new app, iGiftThanks, that allows you to say thank you on Facebook, Twitter or through email. Add a photo of the person who got the gift holding their present and a short note and you’re done!

Is iGiftThanks more personal than regular thank you cards? It depends on who you ask. For tech savvy people who are online a great deal, the answer is yes. For those who stick to snail mail or expect a written thank you, best to go that route. But with more people having a Facebook page and an email address, receiving a thank you in any form is deemed polite.

iGiftThanks app

My daughter Sammi had her birthday in December right before Christmas. With our trip to visit family for the holidays, we were way behind on thank you cards. iGiftThanks came to the rescue! Almost everyone that gave Sammi a gift is online in one way or another. So we took some photos of her with her gifts, she wrote a note thanking them individually (and was sure to personalize each note) and sent her thank you’s off.

Here’s one that she sent to her sister on Facebook:

We had the option of adding a frame to her photo, but Sammi decided to skip that part. It’s a tween thing! I love this app because it’s a time saver. We always have my iPhone ready to take photos. Just click, add the note and send. Next time we’ll use it as when she gets her gifts so there’s no need to remember who gave her what. Oh and did I mention saving money on postage and cards? Yes, that’s a plus too. iGiftThanks is available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad for just 99 cents. Go for it moms!

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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  1. Thanks for the awesome review! I hope iGiftThanks makes your life easier!
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