New free video messaging service launches
03/11/2010

DVCards.com, a new service just out of beta, is a useful and free new website that allows virtually anyone with a webcam to record a video message online with no special software required, and send that message to virtually anyone with a computer and email account.

Online PR News – 11-March-2010 – – DVCards.com is a useful and free new website that allows virtually anyone with a webcam to record a video message online with no special software required, and send that message to virtually anyone with a computer and email account.

Initially released for beta testing last year, DVCards has just unwrapped its latest version, dropped it's beta tag, and fully opened this clever new service to the public. "DVCards is about opening up new ways to communicate" said it's author, Cian de Buitléir, who continued, "Many elderly people will not have webcams set up on their computers, or have much knowledge as to how to interact with other people's webcams. Today more and more members of the now adult Generation X have been buying their aging parents computers to assist help them keep in touch and manage their bills online. When you send a DV Card to someone, they do not need a webcam, or any significant computer skills. All they have to do is click a link in their email to enjoy your video message".

This new site not allow helps you keep in touch with distant relatives, the potential audience for DVCards.com is much wider. Picture two strangers interacting online, one sends the other their photo, which may or may not be really shows the sender; then imagine them sending each other video messages. It'll take a lot more work for someone to pretend to be something other than themselves. So check out DVCards.com and experience it for yourself, all you need is a computer, a webcam, and a fast internet connection.