26
Apr
snapfishtiny

It may not make headlines alongside photo services like Flickr and Picasa, but HP's photo-centric service allows users to store and share photos, create greeting cards, scrapbooks, blankets and a host of other physical products. Now, HP has released an app that allows users to access and share their photos while away from the desktop.

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At the moment, the app only allows users to view the photos, so there go your hopes of creating prints of your photos right after you take them isn't quite there yet. Still, if you like to create memorabilia of your family photos (and why wouldn't you), this app will help you keep track of your photos.

Grab the app from the widget below.

Eric Ravenscraft
Eric is a snarky technophile with a taste for the unusual. When he's not obsessing about Android, you can usually find him obsessing about movies, psychology, or the perfect energy drink. Eric weaves his own special blend of snark, satire, and comedy into all his articles.

  • fixxmyhead

    isnt this crapware? i know i saw this pre installed on my s2 until i deleted it

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Snapfish seems like a pretty popular site in general, so while some may consider it crapware, it still has plenty of customers.

      • fixxmyhead

        I didn't like it .

  • fixxmyhead

    isnt this crapware? i know i saw this pre installed on my s2 until i deleted it

  • http://meatcastle.com/ Youre My Boy Bloo

    Awesome, when does this come out for WebOS?

    Also, on a serious note it will be interesting to see if HP ever tried to leverage this in the way that Apple uses iPhoto. For years HP has had a program that allows people to micro publish their own magazines on their Indigo Presses. If they ever did what Apple did with the picture to an instant physical post card it could be great for them (They really need a mobile win right now).

    http://www.hpl.hp.com/news/2008/jul-sep/magcloud.html

  • http://twitter.com/TKfromCLE TK

    Wow, this is....revolutionary? Don't let the folks in Cupertino find out about this one!

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