Touchnote is the world's most popular mobile postcard service.
Designed to help users stay in touch with loved ones, Touchnote's apps turn your digital photos into real, printed postcards, sent anywhere in the world by post.
Available on the App Store and Google Play, Touchnote's mobile apps has been downloaded by over 3,000,000 customers. Customers can also send cards directly from the Touchnote website and Facebook app.
The mobile apps are also distributed by the leading phone manufacturers including Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and previously Palm and Nokia.
Privately funded, based in London, United Kingdom.
Nov 2008 Touchnote launched on web
May 2009 Launch partner on Nokia's OVI store. Won the prestigious MobileBeat2009 peer award for Best Service Mobile start-up, as well as Nokia's "Best Entertainment App" of 2010.
Sep 2009 Touchnote for iPhone launched
Jul 2010 Touchnote for Android launched
Oct 2010 Touchnote for Windows Phone launched
Feb 2011 Touchnote for webOS launched
Jul 2011 Touchnote passes 250,000 downloads
Sep 2011 Touchnote for iPad launched
Jan 2012 Launch partner for Samsung Galaxy Note
Feb 2012 Touchnote passes 500,000 downloads
Mar 2012 Hugmail launch in the UK
Apr 2012 Touchnote passes 1,000,000 downloads
Jul 2012 Touchnote free postcards sponsorship by Samsung, Worldwide Olympic Partner
Aug 2012 Touchnote for Facebook launched
Funding Rounds (1) - $6.5MUpdate
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