What’s the best way to get great photos of your kid’s off your phone and onto the wall? With an app, of course! So let’s talk about some of the best apps for printing kid’s photos:
With Polagram, you can print photos right from your smartphone, and they come with a retro border. Play with formats and crops, or order up a fun product like a photo album or iPhone case.
Do you want to share a “real” photo with someone who lives across the state, across the country, or overseas? Check out ByPost, which prints your photo with a message and then sends it first class mail to your recipient.
For a similar app that also includes greeting cards (and also works with your PC), check out Touchnote.
If you’re a heavy user of iPhone photography and Instagram, check out Print Studio, which lets you print directly from your phone or Instagram account. Choose from prints, albums, framed prints, even large formats and posters.
This service is similar to Print Studio but offers (in addition to regular prints) some neat items like aluminum prints, iPhone cases, and mouse pads.
If you’re frustrated by the limited options available when it comes to photo printing, then this is a perfect solution. Artifact Uprising offers some remarkable products, including wood cleats to hang photos, framed prints, and thank you cards. Although products are a bit more expensive than average, the quality speaks for itself.
Although not app-based, this site is a terrific choice for printing your best photos on canvas. Imagine your best kid’s photos up on the wall, in all of their glory. Sizes start at 12 x 12 inches and range all the way to 38 x 38 inch.
If you’re not keen to wait for your prints to arrive in the mail, this is the app for you. Here you can choose from 8,000 locations nationwide to find the one near you and get prints for as little as 30 cents per print. In addition, you can refill your prescriptions in a snap by simply scanning the barcode on the bottle.
The longer you are in the photography game, the more importance you’ll put on the quality of your prints. MPix offers a range of sizes on professional-grade photo paper that help your kid’s photos look their absolute best.
If printing books are more your style, then check out chatbooks. For just $6 you can get a lovely 60-page photo book to showcase your best shots. Along with free shipping, you can stock up for Christmas.
For some unique gifts, check out Snapfish. In addition to regular prints, you can order mugs, wood tabletop panels, throw pillows, even photo blankets. Check out their deals page for some great savings on popular products, and get free shipping on all orders over $29.
Do you have a photo app that you love to use for printing photos? Let us know!
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