Printicular to add Twitter photo printing to print-from-phone app

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As an avid smartphone photographer, I am constantly looking at the pictures I take on a daily basis. Sometimes I tweet them, sometimes I’ll add them to an album on Facebook; but no matter what, all of my pictures are memories of the things I do every day.

Printicular is looking to capitalize on the importance people place on photos by updating their robust print-from-phone application. As of today, the Printicular app allows users to order photo prints directly from Twitter – which then can be picked up at your local Walgreens or delivered to your house.

The company’s app previously allowed users to order prints from their phone’s galleries, as well as Instagram, and have them delivered to their houses or made available for pickup through Walgreens.

The focus of Printicular – making the mobile printing process easy – should be incredibly well received among a lot of smartphone owners. I personally know many people who still print off pictures to hang around the house and give out to friends, so making the process easier is certainly a fantastic idea.

In celebration of the newly-released update, Printicular is giving its users 30% off Walgreens orders with the coupon code MEAM. You can read the press release below.

[Printicular]

TWEETED PHOTOS PRINTED AT WALGREENS OR DELIVERED DIRECT FROM iPHONE, iPAD BY PRINTICULAR

Printicular Prints any Photo, From any Mobile Device, Anywhere in the World.

Advance Notice – New Haven, Connecticut – Now anyone can have their own high quality print of any photograph tweeted on Twitter.

Leading photo printing app, Printicular, unveils a new way to print tweeted photos. The free app allows effortless printing of phone, Facebook, Instagram and now Twitter photos. Users can print their chosen photos direct from their iPhone or iPad to their local Walgreens or have them home delivered worldwide by Printicular. “Printicular lets you print your photos from wherever you store them, now including Twitter,” says MEA Mobile’s Managing Director Bruce Seymour “and by searching Twitter, users can print the photos of any Twitter user.”

Printicular is also newly debuted on Windows Phone 8 and prints Facebook, Instagram and camera photos at Walgreens. The app is now available on every major mobile platform including iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, Windows 8 Desktop & Windows 8 Tablets. “We are pleased to be working with MEA Mobile again, and their growing app brand of Printicular, which was one of our earliest development integrations of the Walgreens QuickPrints API ,” said Joe Rago, Senior Product Manager for Walgreens.

•Printicular lets users print photos from Facebook, Instagram and now Twitter.
•The free app is on every major mobile platform from iPhone to Windows Phone 8.
•Prints are available for pickup at Walgreens in an hour or home delivered worldwide.

“Printicular’s success lies in its simplicity,” adds Seymour. “There’s no syncing, cables or even account registration. Just open the app and start printing your favorite photos.” For a limited time Printicular users can get 30% off on their order at Walgreens by using discount coupon code: MEAM. To download Printicular visit www.printicular.com

Tweet This: #Print your Tweeted Pics @Walgreens with #Printicular. http://www.printicular.com

About Printicular
Printicular takes the chaos out of printing your digital photos.  We make it easy for people to access their social media pictures and have them printed at local retail stores or delivered to their doors. Printicular is also available for large format Canvas Prints, with more photo products coming soon.  The company is actively expanding with offices New Haven, Connecticut.

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Calob Horton

Calob Horton is an associate editor at Pocketables. He loves all technology, no matter which company it comes from. This unbiased view of the tech world allows him to choose the products that best fit his personal needs and tastes: a Microsoft Surface Pro, a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and a third-gen iPad.Google+ | Twitter | More posts by Calob | Subscribe to Calob's posts