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In its latest Olympic promotion, Samsung has teamed up with postcard peddler Touchnote to enable users to send free postcards until Aug. 31. For the uninitiated, Touchnote allows you to turn any photo or image on your phone into a real, physical postcard that you can send anywhere in the world. Normally this would set you back £1.49, $1.49 or €1.49 depending on where you live, but this summer Samsung's footing the bill as part of its ongoing sponsorship of the Olympic Games.

The promotion is available to all Touchnote users on Android, iPhone or iPad, so it doesn't matter whether you're using a Samsung device or not. And it's not limited to Olympic visitors or postcards either, so if you're nowhere near London and want to send yourself a postcard of your cat, you're free to do that, too.

Touchnote users can also submit their postcards to Samsung's Olympic postcard wall, which you'll find linked below. To get started, you'll need to grab the Touchnote app for Android -- direct your eyes a few pixels down for a handy Google Play link.

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Touchnote postcards free until Aug. 31 courtesy of Samsung

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They are real postcards that you send to people through the mail. They are taken with your camera phone and then edited and write what you want, then they are made and sent to mail to whom ever you choose.