SameDayPix App from MailPix Prints to KODAK Picture Kiosks.

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SameDayPix App from MailPix Prints to KODAK Picture Kiosks.

The photo-printing and gifting site known as Mailpix.com, has recently announced its new SameDayPix application will be able to print to the thousands of Kodak Alaris picture kiosks within the United States. This free application is currently available for the Apple iTunes store. There are more than 100,000 Kodak Alaris picture globally, soon to be enabled with web printing.

“Combining the ease-of-use of the MailPix SameDayPix app with the convenience and quality of KODAK Picture Kiosks located in thousands of locations of leading retailers is a big win,” says Fred H. Lerner, founder and CEO, MailPix. “This next-generation app makes it convenient for printing pictures from your camera roll or your social media accounts.”

Timeless Memories.

Every day photos at the thousands of retailers from application or PC. Everyone owns there own camera, filled with countless of priceless memories that can be lost or forgotten and difficult to print and archive for future generations.

MailPix is passionate about making things easier to be uploaded, shared, archived, and printing the photos of users with free storage thrown in for life. They are seamlessly integrating their print for either the user or their friends 240 billion + Facebook and Instagram photos from any phone device or computer. They print photos on the exact same day at thousands of retailers from their phones app or PC and offer convenient mail-to-home shipping as well.

MailPix.com is the pre-eminent site for preserving photo memories as photo books, prints, cards, enlargements and other products. Everyone now has a camera in their pocket with priceless memories. MailPix’s passion is to make it easy to upload, share and print your photos.

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