Five apps to help you give thanks this Thanksgiving
Here in the US, everyone is gearing up for the Thanksgiving holiday, which is just a few days away. While you are cooking that turkey and charging up that credit card for Black Friday, you should also take a break to count your blessings. Here are five apps to help express your thanks this holiday season.
The Berenstain Bears Give Thanks [iOS Universal; Category: Books; US$1.99]
The Berenstain Bears reenact the first Thanksgiving and teach an important lesson about thankfulness and family. Has a religious theme.
Ink Cards: Personalized Greeting Cards Delivered in the Mail [iOS Universal; Free]
Ink Cards picks up where Apple's Cards left off, with an app that allows you to say thanks from the comfort of your couch. Ink Cards lets you create a personalized greeting card and send it off via regular mail to your friends. Each card is printed on 5 x 7-inch glossy card stock and costs $1.99 for printing and postage.
justWink Greeting cards [iPhone; Free]
justWink from American Greetings has more than 200 cards that you can use to say thank you to your friends and family. You can customize each card with your own message, signature and photos. Once created, you can send them off via email or share them on your favorite social network. You can also send them off via snail mail.
Cheers - Celebrate Life and Happiness [iPhone; Free]
If you want to share your thanks with other joyful people, then check out Cheers. The social community app encourages its users to share their happy moments with the optimistic people of the Cheers community.
Thnkfl [iPhone; Free]
Thnkfl challenges you to be thankful for three things each day. You can capture your thankful moments in words, photos or drawings and then drop it into your glass. You can review your thankful moments and share them with your friends and family.
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