FreePrints – Photos Delivered

FreePrints – Photos Delivered

Review

Everyone loves free things. With the advent of smartphone and computer technology, most of us prefer to store thousands of our photos on these devices instead of carrying out mundane tasks such as printing them out, especially at an extra expense. With the FreePrints app, you get to print 85 4*6 photos every new month from a high-quality, professional photo design studio free of charge right from your iOS or Android device. That’s right! Now you no longer have an excuse not to keep your best memories in a physical format.

Costs are limited to only shipping and handling for the first 85 photos, which is always $1.99-$9.99. With additional photos (beyond 85), or for other photo enlargements, the cost increases ever so slightly. Photos are printed on glossy or matte Fujifilm or Kodak paper. The shipping of your hard copies is quick, mostly within the deadline.

Design 5/5

The UI is vibrant and responsive, with a dynamic color scheme that keeps things interesting when you are using the app. Photos from different sources such as Instagram, Google Photos and Facebook occupy the middle part of the screen, and you can easily make your selections by simply tapping on your screen. The menus are intuitive, and there isn’t a learning curve here; just follow the instructions. At the bottom of the screen, you can choose the print size that you desire, while the menu buttons are at the top.

Content and Features 5/5

Compared to having to go to your local Walgreens or CVS to have your photos printed out, FreePrints might seem like a drag. However, for 85 free 4*6 pictures a month and low-cost shipping, it’s definitely worth it. You can print from Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Photos, etc. You have to pay for anything greater than the 85 photos or any photo enlargements (5*5, 5*7, 12*18, 16*20, etc.)

User Experience 4/5

The app itself is fairly simple to use, and you can print your photos within minutes of installation. The print quality has reduced significantly since the app was released, and some of the pictures turn out blurred. Some customers have complained about not receiving their orders, but this generally doesn’t happen, and all your prints should be delivered within a week. The orders also come in a durable envelope, so the photos are well preserved.

Compatibility 5/5

FreePrints is compatible with Android 4.4 or higher and iOS 9.0 or later (with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch supported). The app has recently been optimized for the new iOS 12.

Conclusion

FreePrints is excellent for printing those long lost memories and having them in a physical form at a great price. If you want to print out a collection of your baby photos or something for a school project, this is one of the most cost-effective ways of doing it. The best part about FreePrints is that you don’t need to make any unnecessary commitments.

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FreePrints – Photos Delivered review

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FreePrints – Photos Delivered review

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Everyone loves free things. With the advent of smartphone and computer technology, most of us prefer to store thousands of our photos on these devices instead of carrying out mundane tasks such as printing them out, especially at an extra expense. With the FreePrints app, you get to print 85 4*6 photos every new month from a high-quality, professional photo design studio free of charge right from your iOS or Android device. That’s right! Now you no longer have an excuse not to keep your best memories in a physical format.

Costs are limited to only shipping and handling for the first 85 photos, which is always $1.99-$9.99. With additional photos (beyond 85), or for other photo enlargements, the cost increases ever so slightly. Photos are printed on glossy or matte Fujifilm or Kodak paper. The shipping of your hard copies is quick, mostly within the deadline.

Design 5/5

The UI is vibrant and responsive, with a dynamic color scheme that keeps things interesting when you are using the app. Photos from different sources such as Instagram, Google Photos and Facebook occupy the middle part of the screen, and you can easily make your selections by simply tapping on your screen. The menus are intuitive, and there isn’t a learning curve here; just follow the instructions. At the bottom of the screen, you can choose the print size that you desire, while the menu buttons are at the top.

Content and Features 5/5

Compared to having to go to your local Walgreens or CVS to have your photos printed out, FreePrints might seem like a drag. However, for 85 free 4*6 pictures a month and low-cost shipping, it’s definitely worth it. You can print from Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Photos, etc. You have to pay for anything greater than the 85 photos or any photo enlargements (5*5, 5*7, 12*18, 16*20, etc.)

User Experience 4/5

The app itself is fairly simple to use, and you can print your photos within minutes of installation. The print quality has reduced significantly since the app was released, and some of the pictures turn out blurred. Some customers have complained about not receiving their orders, but this generally doesn’t happen, and all your prints should be delivered within a week. The orders also come in a durable envelope, so the photos are well preserved.

Compatibility 5/5

FreePrints is compatible with Android 4.4 or higher and iOS 9.0 or later (with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch supported). The app has recently been optimized for the new iOS 12.

Conclusion

FreePrints is excellent for printing those long lost memories and having them in a physical form at a great price. If you want to print out a collection of your baby photos or something for a school project, this is one of the most cost-effective ways of doing it. The best part about FreePrints is that you don’t need to make any unnecessary commitments.

Pros:

  • Excellent photo quality
  • You can also edit your photos (e.g., crop, filter) directly on the app
  • Photo selection from a variety of sources
  • Fast shipping

Cons:

  • Occasional late shipping or non-arrival
  • Photo quality may not be as great as on your device in some instances

Design 5

Content and features 5

User Experience 4

Devices 5

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