Just a few months back I got an iPhone for the first time after my much loved Nokia Windows phone decided to not hang up calls – and ever since I have wondered just why it took me so long to make the switch as I have found some amazing applications including Printic.
Printic is an application that allows you to pick through pictures you have taken from instagram (and your phone in general) and then have them printed and shipped off straight to yourself, a friend, or family member with just a few clicks of a button. Each print comes in at 0,79€ / $0.99 each (around 66p) with the application being able to be used around the globe.
Printic is a really simple to use it really does just take a few clicks..
From the start screen you can choose the area you want to pick your photos from – so mine allows me to choose ones from my phone or my photo stream, which includes pictures I have taken on my iPad, once you have picked the ones you want to order you can edit the picture by changing the cropping and/or adding text (all photos are printed off in a Polaroid style so the bottom portion will be left white if you choose not to add any). You also have the options to remove a picture from your line up or order more than one print of a certain picture. After that you just upload and pick who to send it to. For payment you can choose to pay via card or paypal after that it's just waiting for the red envelope to pop through your door which normally takes between 3 and 5 days.
The pictures themselves are delivered on a glossy photo paper which as I said before is styled to look like a Polaroid print out, and I have to say are great for being able to spread that happy moment and keep it forever. In fact I've already ordered myself some more prints of the new animals as it really is just so simple to use and while I wouldn't use it to print out a huge amount it is greatfor ordering the odd one or two.
To find out more about the Printic app you can visit their website now.
What do you think of the idea of Printic, could you see yourself using it?
*Printic allowed me 6 free prints to try the service.