Digital Halloween Greetings and Scrapbooks from Smilebox Make Frightfully Fun Memories Easy and Affordable
Redmond, WA (MarketWire) October 28, 2008 – For an affordable alternative to paper Halloween greetings, invitations and scrapbooks, busy moms can turn to Smilebox to creatively share Halloween photos and videos with friends and family. Smilebox Inc., a leader in photo sharing technology, offers more than 30 Halloween invitations, greetings, slideshows and scrapbooks from leading multimedia artists in its catalog of more than 700 designs to capture memories of costumes of both fright and fantasy.
Smilebox lets customers create truly personal digital designs by simply dragging and dropping photos and videos into animated templates, personalize them with music and words, and share them via email, blog or print. Consumers can create and share any design in a free or premium format. Premium formats, which can be purchased a la carte ($1.99 to $3.99) or as a monthly ($5.99) or annual ($39.99) subscription, include extended music options, ad-free recipient playbacks and print capabilities.
Smilebox also recognizes the hectic nature of the Halloween holiday and offers convenience features such as the ability to a schedule a Smilebox to be sent on a specific date and allow recipients of an emailed Smilebox to download photos directly from the creation to their computer.
Originally launched in 2006, the Smilebox service currently has more than 4.3 million installs to date and 2.6 million monthly unique users. The Smilebox catalog features more than 700 designs for every occasion from leading providers such as Hallmark, Making Memories, Madison Park Greetings, K & Company, as well as the Smilebox Studio design team. Available for the PC or Mac platforms, Smilebox is available for free download at www.smilebox.com.
Smilebox is a photo-sharing service that lets consumers quickly turn life's moments into digital creations they can share with others or save for themselves. Customers can choose from hundreds of greetings, scrapbooks or slideshows, drop in their photos and videos and add personal touches including music and text. They can email, blog or print their creations. Smilebox distribution partners include Hallmark Cards Inc., Lifetime Entertainment Services, Six Apart, Ltd., Atom Shockwave and Rogers Media Inc. The service can be downloaded free of charge at www.smilebox.com. Smilebox works on both Mac and PC. Based in Redmond, Washington, Smilebox Inc. was founded in 2005 by Andrew Wright.
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