Friday, January 4, 2013

Recards Review

I recently had the opportunity to be able to do a review on Recards. For those of  you who dont know what this is, it is a personalized voice recorded music card that you can send to anyone with your iPad or any iTunes compatible electronic. At first I was thinking oh man this might be kinda lame you know, but when i checked it out I loved the idea that I could sent it to family and friends something special that was not just a generic card bought from the store.


We ended up creating one for my mother who lives in AZ and i let my daughter record the message to her. Although really i had to record a couple of times with her because she either kept talking to fast or her voice was to low. I will definitely be using this product again. I also have and will recommend this product to friends and family too.The only problem I had with this was trying to explain to my daughter she had to choose the custom beats in the program, because she wanted to send her Nana a PSY song. If you would like to more about them you can find contact information below along with their website info. 
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Product Description
Create unique and stylish voice recorded music cards with no time! Send love and attitude to the loved ones and have fun!

Recards lets you create and email personalized voice recorded music cards right from your iPad. Just choose one of the six custom made Christmas beats, record your greeting, then customize it with beautiful artwork and with a few taps your music card is on its way to your loved ones.


- Custom made beats by Diamos Roll
- Rap or sing your greeting
- Popular X-mas music themes
- Don't like the result? Just record it again!
- Share your recards with your loved ones via email
- Unique artwork to go with your email
- Original design
- New beats coming soon!

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  1. This would be amazing if it weren't only for ipad/itunes. My family is spread out all over the US and this would be a perfect way for me to get messages from the kids to the grandparents and aunts and uncles.

  2. It sounds great, I might send one for kids via iTunes <3.

  3. Sounds like a good idea. I'll have to try it.

  4. That's really cool! I love my iPhone!

  5. This is a great idea. They have so many neat things for the iphone. Thanks for sharing!


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