23 April 2014

Review - Greeting Box for Mac



Making cards whether it is handmade or electronic is one of the things I love to do. I used to make handmade cards when I still had the time. However, time has changed and I have to make things fast without the hassle of cutting papers, putting embellishments together to make a beautiful paper card.

Thanks to PearlMountain Soft for allowing me to review this software for free. I am very pleased that it did not take me long to complete a card I have made for Easter.

What I like:
It is very user friendly.
It is easy to use and not complicated.
WYSIWG - What you see is what you get!
Plenty of art elements to incorporate in your project.
Plenty of ready made template to use in various occasions.
Customizable templates for your preferred designs.
You can add photos by dragging them in the box allocated for photos.
You can export your finished project in different image formats.
You can share your greeting cards too via email.











What I don't like:
Not enough background and extra embellishments but in general, the software has plenty to choose from. I just hope there are more.


Price: Pegged at $9.99 in iTunes/Mac App Store


Specifications:
Version 2.0.2
Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.7 or above operating system.
RAM: At least 512M physical RAM.
Processor: 1G Hz or above Intel processor.


My recommendation:
Yes! Please buy this software for your personalized greeting card projects. It is very convenient and easy to use. It won't take you long to finish a project for you to send right away.

For more information about this product, please visit PearlMountain's site.

GIVEAWAY ALERT!

I have a giveaway to run from April 25 to May 10, 2014. It is open worldwide, for Mac users. Please join here: GIVEAWAY LINK



Disclosure:
I was given this software for free for evaluation purposes. All the opinions stated here are 100% mine. I only review products/services/programs that I will use and will be beneficial to my readers.




8 comments :

  1. i;ll join the giveaway and try my luck

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  2. You are so good at this technical stuff sis, I wish I have the patience to learn how.

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    1. Thanks sis. I just love tinkering on software programs especially if it will be useful for me. hehehe

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  3. Looks like a nice app. I have an invitation business at home and this might help me. totally joining your giveaway.

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  4. This greeting card software seems easy to use, and that's good news for someone like me who's not really a techie.

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  5. Thanks for your comments everyone. The giveaway is not live. Good luck!

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  6. This app can certainly help in making professional-looking invitations or even projects for self-appreciation.

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  7. this is like digiscrapping, right? i love doing it also, sa photogrid apps pa lang happy na ako..as much as i love this..hindi ako naka mac eh..goodluck to those who will join.

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