Got a minute?
You probably have thousands of photos sitting on your phone doing nothing.
Here are 4 easy ways to print them off.
Try a bluetooth printer like the $130 Polaroid Zip or HP Sprocket.
Connect your phone wirelessly, then send photos straight to the printer.
They use zinc paper, which is around 50 cents per sheet, and prints are small at 2 x 3 inches.
For regular sized 4x6 or square 4x4 prints, try a photo app like PostalPix.
It pulls images from your phone gallery.
FreePrints does the same thing but offers up to one thousand free photos a year.
Just pay for shipping.
Another option is to send photos wirelessly to your own compatible home printer using air print for IOS.
If your phone photos are in the cloud, Google Photos now has photo books, Starting at $10.
Choose the layout from the web or in the Google Photos app.
Amazon Prints has a similar service plus regular prints up to 20 by 30 inches.
In San Francisco, I'm Lexy Savvides, Cnet.com for CBS News.
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