Paperless Post

Paperless Post

By Paperless Post

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2012-02-22
  • Current Version: 7.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 157.09 MB
  • Developer: Paperless Post
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 14,262 Ratings


Paperless Post is an events platform that has beautiful invitations for every occasion and smart online planning tools to help make gathering easier. Designs worth celebrating. Choose from our curated collection of free and premium invitations -- including exclusive partner designs from Rifle Paper Co., kate spade new york, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, Kelly Wearstler, and more. Make it your own. Add photos directly from your Camera Roll, choose new fonts, and customize information on your invitation and event details page. Smart tools for planning. Plan and manage your event with online tools like RSVP tracking and guest list management. Communicate with your guests through private and group messaging.



  • Updates are not fixing issues

    By Nmm667
    Couldn’t upload invites, couldn’t reply to invites, now I can’t open the invites. The updates never seem to stick.
  • Junk App

    By down2earth
    Trying to use this on my iPhone 7 and the app tells me to change a setting so it can access my photos, but when I go to that setting THERE IS NO OPTION TO ALLOW ACCESS TO PHOTOS. So the paperless post app itself hasn’t made that an available option because if it were, *it would’ve shown up in settings as an option.* Then I try to manage invites and when I go to that area in the app, all it does is show a blank screen and show the reload sign blinking/reloading over and over again. Whoever they hired to make their app is trash.
  • Fix the Glitches

    By Kt42493
    I love using paperless post, however their app is constantly having glitches. I have reoccurring issues with making their flyers and trying to use a personal photo from my phone is a cause a frustration. I love their product, but they seriously need to update their app.
  • App terrible, service ok

    By ChristaAC
    App is so buggy I can’t use it on iPhone. As soon as I finish this review, I will delete it. Will probably still use desktop version occasionally, because even though “free” cards aren’t exactly free, they are nicer than any other free e-cards.
  • Highway robbery and App and mobile website are trash

    By AishaMoodMills
    Do NOT waste your money to send these digital invites. The point of electronic communication is that it’s more economical. But these invites could cost you upwards of $50 to send. You could do paper for far less. And many services are FREE. And worse the user experience is GARBAGE on the app and all mobile devices. Crashes constantly, features only avail in landscape view, bugs everywhere. Clearly they used subpar developers. Trash, trash, trash.
  • Don’t do it

    By halfpipeair
    This software is torture. Don’t do it to yourself. It’s the worst app I’ve ever seen. It crashes, items don’t work, you can’t scroll... I promise you will regret having entered. It’s not like it works flawlessly on the web either. We regret having chosen this app for our wedding cards. Not sure how it’s getting a 4.6 rating.
  • Great designs, need better app

    By Antun6
    Can’t delete cards even though app FAQ says there is a way.

    By Rafael kahen
    This app is terrible. At first I sent save the dates to about half of my guests, then all the sudden I was not able to purchase coins.
  • Poor App

    By Viviana Callejas
    My experience of Paperless Post has been through the app. I’ve been trying to make a baby shower invitation, and right when I’m about to finish, the app just closes out, and it does not save the changes made to the card I’d chosen. This has happened about 4 times already. Also, if you try to move quickly between the editing tabs, the app will close out. Thus, my poor rating for the app.
  • Tracking???

    By Fred618
    Am I missing something? Where’s my Dashboard and/or Postbox? I want to track my cards! Is this not possible on the app? Doesn’t seem like it. And if it IS possible, it’s not clear and easy.