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Last Updated: May 17th, 2012

We've all seen the hilarious eCards that pop up on sites like Facebook, Twitter, and reddit (over and over and over...), but you may not know that they come from Someecards. The company has an iOS app, but otherwise the only way to get the hilarious goods right to your mobile device was to visit the site directly. Not anymore, as the company released an Android app a few weeks ago to little fanfare.

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From acclaimed humor site, someecards.com, comes something extremely similar to acclaimed humor site, someecards.com. Welcome to the brand new someecards Android application! Everything you love and practically nothing you dislike about the site is now at your fingertips or thumbs!

With the someecards app, you can:

• View and send new cards as they go live
• Have a homescreen widget with the newest cards
• Get topical humor right to your Android device, including cards that make fun of Android
• Send cards from practically anywhere (i.e. gym, doctor's office, ski slope, top of tall building)
• Enjoy all the same categories as are offered on the site, from flirting to workplace to cry for help
• Save cards as favorites
• Enhance your life in digital ways you never thought possible

We'll be updating it regularly so let us know what you think!

The difference between the free and paid ($0.99) versions isn't exactly clear, as the descriptions only vary in the description of the widget (it's called a "live updating widget" in the paid version, versus just "widget" in the free.) Either way, both seem pretty full-featured and full of hilarity.

Aaron Gingrich
Aaron is a geek who has always had a passion for technology. When not working or writing, he can be found spending time with his family, playing a game, or watching a movie.

  • Jaymoon

    The free version only shows 10 cards in each category. :-