My experience is Shutterfly.com. And they do print the dates on the back. In Shutterfly, you can entitle your pix and date them in a text section of the program. Also, there's no limit on how many pix you can store. And they're easily shared with friends as albums. I highly recommend Shutterfly as does Consumer Reports and many consumer mags for my casual not Portfolio shots. I'm a published and natnl award winning photographer so use that info for whatever its worth to you. Shutterfly does have a tendency to sometimes print with a tone to the pix, but in snapshots that doesnt matter to me. For professional lab work, I use Dale Labs in Ft Lauderdale. Hope that helps.