Picture This

21 October 2013

If you use Instagram I bet you've wondered what you could do with all those beautiful photos that you have captured with that square frame. Maybe you have photos that you have taken with your cellphone that you'd like to print - well there is an app that can do just that. It's called Postal Pix, this app is available in both the android and iPhone market and it's free. All you have to do is download the app and choose the photos you want and the sizes.

Postal pix currently offers the standard size images 4X6, 5X7, and 8X10. They also have square prints that work well for Instagram photos in 4X4, 5X5, 8X8 and a 2X2 grid that has 9 2X2 photographs. Along with the prints they also offer aluminum prints, iPhone covers, mouse pads all at a really affordable price. The prices for prints begins at $.29 and climb up to $3.49 for the 8X10.

The photos are printed on Kodak Endura paper. The paper is strong and very durable - because the paper is matte not glossy there are no finger prints. The color and clarity is spot on for each photograph, even the ones I used filters and actions on. Some of my photos printed were sent through apps that allow you to add text to your photograph, all of the words on the photos were clear upon printing and easy to read. 

Overall Postal Pix met my needs - the photos were of great quality, the prices are affordable, and most of all ordering is more convenient than any PhotoLab around because you don't have to leave the conform of your home. My favorite photo size has to be the 2X2 size because it works perfect for my recipe book. The only complaint I had is that my first order was lost in the mail. I contacted Postal Pix and they immediately sent another order. They assured me that this was an anomaly and that only 2% of their orders are ever lost.  The second order arrived with expedited shipping in two days.

I would say that Postal Pix is the way to go if you are looking to order pictures on the go.

Your Turn: Have you printed any photographs taken with your cellphone? What was the last thing you took a photo of that seems frame worthy.

I was not paid to do this review all opinions are my own. 


  1. I have never heard of this! So excited to be able to print my photos that I store up on my phone. I took a picture of the lake next to my house recently I would love to print and blow up and hang in one of our rooms at the house.

  2. I always wonder how people make all the cool pics. LOVE your anniversary pic you made. So sweet!

  3. so fun!! I think this ap (or one similar) was on Shark Tank!!! I love your pictures. I usually connect my phone to the computer and upload them to Picasa and order them that way! Thanks for sharing.

  4. i LOVE postal pix! i order all my iphone pics from them once a month. they have the best prices and photo quality!

  5. Very cool. Checking out that app. BTW...I nominated you for a blog award (post is up on dreamingofdimples.com). Just a silly little thing because I love your blog. XOXO

  6. Nice! May I ask where you are going to put your pictures? I've never tried printing any pictures from my phone, but I do use the Shutterfly website to print out photos from my Nikon. I'm going to have to try this!

  7. Oooh, such lovely cell phone prints! Perfect for your food journal. I really haven't printed anything from my phone before. That's a thought. :-)

  8. This is amazing!! I will definitely have to keep this in mind.


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