Don’t you hate it when you receive actual physical junk mail in your mail box? Unlike spam email which can be deleted at a click of a button without second thought, physical junk mail actually takes up space in real life and not only is it an annoyance, but it is unnecessary wastage as how many of us actually bother with them to begin with, right? Well a new app by the name of PaperKarma is looking to solve that problem for you with a simple click of the camera.


Now the good news is that PaperKarma will be available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, and basically what it has been advertised to do is to help folks like you and I unsubscribe from physical junk mail. All the user would have to do is take a photo of the junk mail they receive, and supposedly the app will be able to scan where the junk mail originates from and will unsubscribe on your behalf. According to their FAQ, this process takes about 24 hours and you will be notified when you have been successfully unsubscribed.

It is a pretty interesting app, a good idea and best of all it’s free! For more information or if you’d like to download the app and try it for yourself, head on down to PaperKarma’s website.

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