TheRomMistress · Feb 14, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Be My Valentine for Windows Phone 7

Ever since the 19th century, people have been sharing greeting cards with their loved ones on Valentines Day.  XDA member barryallott has tapped into this market by creating Be My Valentine. This Windows Phone 7 application allows you to create the perfect valentines card by using just your fingers.

With Be My Valentine, “You can move, stretch, re-size, spin or do anything to the parts.” If you don’t like the pre-loaded picture selection, simply upload your own picture, or take a new one using your camera.

To find out how you can put a smile on your loved one’s face, see the original post.


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