Someecards is an application that offers sarcastically humorous ecards, invitations, and more.
Someecards was founded in 2007 by Brook Lundy and Duncan Mitchell. An average of approximately 420,000 unique visitors visits the site each month. Someecards has been featured in many articles from Mashable, Gizmodo, The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, PC Magazine, and more.
The sarcastic humor is what sets this application apart. There are no mushy, silly, cute cards here. Only darkly humorous mockery is used.
Someecards provides both plain and video ecards. It is easy to browse by subject and view the cards prior to choosing one to send. Users can even create their own cards using images provided by the app.
To send a card, users simply choose the design; enter their name and email address, the recipient’s email address, delivery date and time, and a personal message. Users can choose to be notified when the card has been received.
The app is simple to use and has a huge selection of cards to choose from. Beware: Users may find themselves addicted to reading through the hundreds of funny cards.
To send a premade card, no registration is needed. To create a card, users must provide full name, username, password, email address, and date of birth. An email with activation link is sent immediately. Once registered, users can create a profile, address book, and connect with Facebook.
The application is free to use. There is a store with items including mugs, t-shirts, and other gift items for sale. The mobile iPod/iPhone application is offered from the iTunes store for $0.99.
For those who like ecards, but are looking for something less sappy and sentimental, this application may be the answer. Be warned that there are sexual references, profanity, and crude humor.