Free Elf Yourself JibJab eCards for Christmas 2014

The free Elf Yourself app for Christmas 2014 isn’t on Windows Phone, but there is alternatives to be found within JibJab eCards and some other apps. The free JibJab eCards let you Elf Yourself much like the Android and iPhone app, although these allow you to send a video greeting to friends and family, rather than using the ElfYourself website or apps.

You can read about some jealousy seen by Windows Phone owners here, but if you would be just as happy with a card sent online, then take a look at the offering at This is also an ideal Elf Yourself alternative for Android users looking for an APK file and want to send a holiday card within this theme.


There’s one video that you can personalize on JibJab called “Elf Fun Factory”, which is much like the Elf Yourself videos, although contains less of the green theme. This option allows for 1-5 people to be included with a picture.


It’s worth noting that the Elf Yourself app for Windows Phone might come at some point in the future, although this hasn’t changed in the last 12 months since last Christmas. We did note in our Facebook app post that a Kindle app version recently released on Amazon, but nothing is live on Facebook yet.

Do you like the free Elf Yourself dance videos, or the JibJab eCards more for Christmas 2014?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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