The Windows Phone FreePrints photo printing and ordering app, which had been removed from the Windows Phone Store and was going to shut down on March 1, will be coming back after a outcry from many users. The company sent out an email apologizing for their earlier decision.
Here is the email the FreePrint team sent out to users announcing their change of heart:
Last week we announced our intention to end support for the Windows and Windows Phone versions of FreePrints. Almost immediately we heard back from many of you. You challenged us to reconsider that plan.
Truthfully, we were moved by your enthusiasm for FreePrints, and it didn't take long for us to realize that we had made the wrong decision. We apologize for any hardship caused by our original email. Every company makes mistakes; the key, we feel, is admitting that early and taking steps to rectify them.
With that in mind, we'd like to announce our renewed commitment to FreePrints for Windows Phone and Windows desktop. FreePrints is once again available in the Windows Store and the service will continue without interruption. In addition, you have our promise that we will continue to make improvements to the Windows versions of FreePrints in the coming weeks.
Thank you for sticking with us!
Thanks to Adam and Nick for the tips!