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lettrs Launches Platform to Organize and Deliver the Worlds Letters in the Cloud

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2012

Technology startup lettrs (http://www.lettrs.com) today announced the launch of its innovative cloud letter platform that revives and reinvents the concept of personal letters by making them social ... again.

Fusing social media technologies and cloud computing with old-fashioned letter writing, lettrs revives an art form by making letters accessible across a range of mobile and social platforms.

Through the lettrs platform, users can:


Create and deliver letters via the cloud as a personal post office
Upload and preserve handwritten personal letters in a users shoebox
Display meaningful letters publicly by displaying them on a users virtual fridge
Explore thousands of personal and noteworthy letters, and share them socially via Facebook and Twitter.
Send open public letters or petitions for supporting cause, person, or brands

Via the lettrs cloud architecture, users can distribute a digital letter anywhere in the world with an Internet browser and, shortly, from a lettrs mobile app. The platform only requires a user to enter one specific identifier, such as an email address, Facebook profile or Twitter handle. The letters are managed in the cloud for each user to read, preserve, or share. A digital-to-paper and paper-to-digital preservation loop will be offered in 2013.

Established in 2012 by technology entrepreneur Drew Bartkiewicz, and in beta until now, lettrs aims to become the platform for all things letters and help spark a movement towards more meaningful communications. The lettrs platform already displays letters from four different centuries and has a user base writing new letters across more than 64 countries. It includes interesting personal letters and noteworthy letters from celebrities, such as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis and Beyonc

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