FreePrints by PlanetArt
Probably the most annoying thing about having an iPhone is the storage. Excluding the iPhone 7, Apple’s low-end model of the iPhone has always had a very small amount of storage. Many of Apple’s customers were upset about last year’s iPhone, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, because of the 16GB on the low-end version of the phone. Most of those annoying “Storage Almost Full” notifications are caused by having too many photos or videos in the Camera Roll. But what if I told you that you can now get rid of those digital photos and turn them into physical paper photos, for free!
An App For Prints
FreePrints is a new app by PlanetArt that allows you to turn your Camera Roll, Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Flickr photos into free 4×6 prints. Using Kodak and Fujifilm paper, the app allows you to get up 85 of these prints for free every month, with a limit of 1000 free prints a year, with a low shipping fee of $1.99 for 10 prints. The price of shipping will increase as the number of free prints increase but the shipping fee will never be more than $9.99.
Apart from the ability to order free 4×6 prints, you can buy prints in other sizes including 5×7, 5×5, 8×10, 11×14, x12x18, 16×20, and 20×30. FreePrints states that 5×5 prints are perfect for those square Instagram photos. FreePrints also claims that they are the most convenient way of ordering prints from your iPhone, iPod, or iPad for the lowest price. They also claim to guarantee amazing image quality.
You don’t need to subscribe or commit to anything in order to use the app. It is absolutely free, with just the shipping fee, and super convenient. If you download the app now, FreePrints will pay the shipping for 10 of your 85 free prints for the first month. I downloaded the app on my iPhone and ordered them with an expected arrival time of 5-13 days. You can choose a faster shipping method and a glossy finish on your photos for a small additional charge.
Use the code bgarcia527 in order to receive 5 additional free prints to the 85 already given.