BROOKLYN, NY- July 9, 2009 -- Freeverse, Inc, a leader in iPhone and iPod development with two of the Top Ten Apps of 2008, today announced that Version 2.0 of their hit postcard application Postman is available now on the App Store. This update features a streamlined interface by noted U.I. designer David Lanham, professionally created built-in themes and much more.

In addition to the easy social media upload ability of the first Postman release, 2.0 now includes beautiful new Landmark photos, a shake-to-erase mechanism, and text that can be tapped and edited instantly. As per user's requests, text is now resizable and can be spellchecked instantly. Customization continues further with the capability to send postcards with enhanced geo-location accuracy or even without a front picture. This free update makes Postman even more fun and intuitive to use.

Postman supports awesome iPhone OS 3.0 features such as Maps and Mail integration, and one click access to most major social networking sites.

Postman is available from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at

More information can be found at Freeverse's Postman site:

View screenshots online here:

Editing postcard:

New Postman themes:

Easy upload:

Sharing postcards:

About Freeverse:

Freeverse strives to develop and publish seamless software, with a particular concentration on the Mac and iPhone platforms. Our developed and published titles have been honored with more Apple Design Awards than any other company. With 2 of the Top 10 paid iPhone Apps of All-Time, Freeverse is at the forefront of creating compelling, cutting edge games. Headquartered in New York City, Freeverse draws upon the talents of artists, programmers and sound designers from around the globe.

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