More than 400 million people now have an efficient and effortless way to wirelessly print photos from Instagram thanks to the newly released Epson Creative Print App.
“Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms among Millennials, and Epson now allows users to directly create and print their Instagram masterpieces with the enhanced Creative Print app,” Epson America Inc. senior marketing director Nils Madden said in a press release. “A seamless and useful tool for creativity and self-expression, the photo collage printing function caters to today’s visual lifestyles, allowing mobile customers to easily print and display their favorite memories at home, or share with family and friends to proudly display on the refrigerator or bedroom photo board.”
Fun Way To Print Photos From Instagram
The Epson Creative Print app bridges the divide between the physical photo and digital image. It also simplifies the mobile printing process, providing an efficient and seamless solution to generate, preserve and share Instagram photos in the form of long-lasting, high-quality photo collages.
Furthermore, the Epson app can also access your Facebook photos, allowing you to create customized greeting cards.
Ultra-creative users can also take the app’s functionality further, leveraging its abilities and its social network photo access to create and print refrigerator décor, DIY crafts and dorm decorations.
Epson Creative Print App Easy To Use
Overall, Epson Creative Print app features a simplified interface and design that allows for easy use and maximum creativity. On top of creating and giving you an easy way to print photos from Instagram and Facebook, the app can print virtually any photo stored in your smartphone or tablet. And for added convenience, you can purchase supplies, including paper and ink directly through the mobile app.
The enhanced app is now available for free download on App Store and Google Play. Here’s the list of all compatible Epson printers that will allow you to print photos from Instagram using the Epson Creative Print app.
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