HP's Snapfish Releases Mobile App for Printing from iPhones

Hewlett-Packard’s Snapfish today announced “Prints on the Go,” a new feature on the Snapfish iPhone app that enables users to order prints directly from their Apple iPhone and pick up their order at retail locations.

Snapfish (snapfish.com) is an HP company that enables consumers to store and share their photos, as well as order prints and then retrieve them at over 10,000 locations, including Walgreens, Walmart, and Duane Read retail locations. Photos can also incorporated into jewelry, home decor, mousepads, coffee mugs, and produced as canvas prints.

After downloading the free app, users log into their Snapfish account or create a new one, place their print order, and pay upon pickup at the retail location.

Using location-based technology, the app automatically detects the nearest participating retail locations where users can pick up their 4″x6″ or 5″ x7″ prints on the same day. The upgraded Snapfish iPhone app also makes it easier to browse and organize photos within an account, says HP.

The Snapfish app can be upgraded or downloaded at no cost at the Apple App Store and is supported by iOS 6. Snapfish app customers can also conserve phone storage space when using Snapfish albums, which provide instant uploads from the iPhone camera roll to conserve photo storage.

“While taking photos with the iPhone camera is a great way to capture memories wherever you are, we know how important it is to many customers to be able to hold on to and share printed photos with friends and family as treasured keepsakes,” said Helen Vaid, general manager for Snapfish by HP. “With the new Snapfish print-to-retail feature, we’re making it easy and convenient to unlock and share those memories by giving our customers a convenient way to pickup prints in store.”

For more information on snapfish, visit snapfish here.

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