In a sea of high-quality online photo services, Snapfish swims near the top.
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The handset maker strikes a deal to sell its Sailfish OS smartphone on Snapdeal.com, India's largest online marketplace.
The photo-sharing site is adding a new way to create photo books from image sets.
Have you always wanted to turn an Internet video or animated GIF into a lenticular print? There's a Kickstarter project for that.
Just upload your favorite photos from your phone; this service binds them into a sweet little flip-book. There's just one weird little catch.
Who says you can't get something for nothing? With the right coupon code, you can get 50 prints from Snapfish, and even free shipping. Plus, it won't sell out!
The aptly named FreePrints app turns your digital snapshots into 4x6 glossies. Ah, but you pay for shipping, so the real deal here is convenience.
Find out which photo-sharing and storage site best suits your needs with this deep dive into the top online photo services.
HP-owned photo and video site Snapfish has acquired video host Motionbox. The pickup brings considerable video chops to HP's photo-focused site.
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