Monday, May 13, 2013
Find The Right App To Make Prints From Your Phone
I often lament what I think is the biggest downside of the digital photography era: the disappearance of the physical print.By William Sawalich Published in Blog
I often lament what I think is the biggest downside of the digital photography era: the disappearance of the physical print. So often our photos live only on our phones and our social media profiles, and they never get printed and stuck on refrigerators and desks and walls. While the advent of digital cameras saw a major decline in printing, maybe the advent of smartphone photography will actually provide for a resurgence in printing. After all, the smartphone's connectivity makes it easy to snap a photo and, with the push of a button, have actual physical prints delivered to your door. The DPReview Connect blog published a breakdown of the best apps for printing smartphone photos straight from your camera. There are plenty of options available for both iOS and the Android platform, and they have some fairly distinctive features too, so check out the reviews and find the right service for you.
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