Deseret News archives
The brand-new iPhone app lettrs empowers smartphone users to send hard-copy correspondence through the U.S. Postal Service.
“Tech startup lettrs launched its first mobile app for the iPhone on Tuesday, with Android and iPad versions already in development,” Matt Petronzio wrote Tuesday for tech website Mashable. “The app extends the function of the lettrs platform by converting mobile voice, data and pictures to digital and paper post letters. With the goal of increasing meaningful communications from the palm of your hand, the app allows you to dictate, modify and deliver a letter through either the cloud or via lettrs' real-life postal operations in Collinsville, Conn.”
Jamshid Ghazi Askar is a graduate of BYU's J. Reuben Clark Law School and member of the Utah State Bar. Contact him at email@example.com or 801-236-6051.
- Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Lessons learned from...
- The Clean Cut: 99-year-old woman sews nearly...
- Parenting advice that changed my life
- Why 'The Giver' is more relevant than...
- Father of 4 Roger Federer gives...
- 60 things you might not know about your...
- No ring, no problem for these 10 guys
- Back (home) to school: Thousands of Utah...
- Back (home) to school: Thousands of... 52
- Linda & Richard Eyre: Excerpt from 'The... 32
- The Clean Cut: Mitt Romney accepts ALS... 27
- How to eat on just $4 a day 16
- Huckabee: 'Stop the fight' over Common... 14
- Here's what you can do to protect your... 14
- Hey moms: Your neighbor's religion... 9
- Pediatricians' Rx for schools: Later... 5