Snapfish was founded in 1999 by a group of entrepreneurs who wanted to create a service that allowed people to store, share, and print their photos online. Today, Snapfish is one of the most well-known photo service platforms in the industry. The company has helped over 10 million members in over 12 countries manage their photos and create personalized products to share with loved ones.
Snapfish adds over one million new members every month. And it might be because of Snapfish’s simple sign-up process. All you need to do to create an account is enter your email address and your name. After that, choose a password and that’s it — you’re signed up. From here, you can easily create albums, view your photo library, personalize products, and more.
Another reason we believe Snapfish is so popular is because of the platform’s modern interface. Once you’re logged in to your account, the platform is clean and easy to use. You can easily view your albums and upload photos. It’s easy to see the albums you’ve shared and the ones that were shared with you.
Additionally, you can upload photos from various platforms such as Facebook, Flickr, Google, Instagram, and more.
When compared to other companies within the industry, Snapfish’s prices are fairly competitive. It only costs 9 cents for a 4x6 photo. A 4x4 photo costs 20 cents. And 5x7 costs only 69 cents.
However, if you get an 8x10 photo, it will cost you $2.99. This is a drawback since you can get a photo this size for cheaper elsewhere.
Sharing an album is extremely easy. You can share the album by email, with a link, or on Facebook.
Although it’s super easy to share your albums with friends and family, there is one thing you need to be aware of. If your friends/family don’t already have a Snapfish account, they’ll have to create one to see the pictures (if they’re sent via email or Facebook).
The only way to get around this is to share the pictures with a link.
Snapfish is pretty upfront about using your personal information for marketing purposes. This means you may receive ads via email, postal mail, push notifications, and SMS text messages.
While we appreciate Snapfishes candidness, this may deter some people from using the site as they don’t want to receive these marketing messages. That being said, you may manage the cookies that Snapfish uses through the settings in the Privacy Preference Center.
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