If you’ve been sending out cards to your friends and family every season, and you’re getting tired of doing it, Skype has got the solution for you with its latest service: Say it with Skype. Launched earlier this year, Say it with Skype lets users (both Skype and non-Skype users) create a virtual card featuring a selected artist of your choice that can be personalized with custom messages and names. If you’ve got friends who are huge fans of the artists available, you won’t be disappointed.
For this holiday season, Skype has teamed up with Alice Cooper, Autumn In Disguise, Boyz II Men, The Chakras, The Cuban Brothers and Scala & Kolacny Brothers to spread the winter cheer. On the virtual greeting card, each artist performs their own rendition of a Christmas song and ends with the lifting of a blank piece of paper which you can fill in with your own text and names. You can even be part of the greeting if you feel the need to. The cards can then be sent via Facebook, Twitter, or by copying the URL.
Check out a video demo of it in action, and head here to send your own greeting cards with the service.
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