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Haaretz introduces a High Holy Day greetings app
With one click, send out our specially-designed greeting cards to your friends around the world.
Introducing the new Haaretz Facebook app: Your chance to send unique High Holy Days greeting cards to family and friends around the world.
With a simple click you can choose from a collection of six original greeting cards, created by Haaretz’s in-house illustrators. Once you make your pick, (beware: they are so pretty, you may want to use them all!) the app allows you to send either personalized notes to each friend or family member, or a generic greeting to everyone at once.
And this Jewish New Year, your greeting comes with a prize: Whether or not you choose to send or receive one of our cards, you will be entitled to three months of full access to all Haaretz content once you subscribe online.