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Amazon app gives surprise gifts

Just in time for the December 2014 holiday season, Amazon has announced the launch of Surprise – an app that makes it even easier to send last minute gift cards. Surprise lets you send an e-card for a variety of occasions direct from the app, and easily add on a gift certificate.

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