Taking amazing photographs on your Windows Phone is one task. Printing them off is another, but luckily Zoomin (www.zoomin.com) now has an official solution now available on the store. Photo Prints is a sweet app, enabling consumers in India to order prints anywhere in the region, perfect for those who wish to keep a physical copy of captured memories.
The best part about Zoomin is there's no requirement for users to locate a studio, nor are they required to use a PC to synchronise data, crop and edit photos to their liking. It's super easy to get started with the Windows Phone app. Simply select the photo (or photos) from your albums and choose from 6 available sizes.
Three finishes are on offer (matte, glossy and metallic), which will be applied to the high quality photo paper from Kodak. We mentioned editing photos, which comes in the form of tools to alter brightness, colour and even adding some filters to either improve the end result or create something unique.
Zoomin offers both express delivery and a liberal return policy. Should you not be entirely satisfied with the end result, you'll be eligible for a refund or reprint. To place an order, all that's required is the photo, address, payment option and you're done. It's a well-designed app and is super simple for use.
If you're one who enjoys checking out bargains and offers available, you'll love some of the listings in the Zoomin app. There are two Lumia 1020 offers available, which will bag you 2 free 12x24 matte/glossy prints or 4 free 8x10 matte/glossy prints.
We recommend you check this app out, should you reside in India. Download Photo Prints by Zoomin from the Windows Phone Store for free. Please note that the service itself is not available worldwide, so don't moan if you're unable to use Zoomin. Thanks, Kumar, for the tip!
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