A few weeks ago, I got an iPhone. And one of the reasons I got an iPhone was the camera. (You may have heard, I’m a bit of a photography enthusiast.) Around the time I got my iPhone, I learned about GrooveBook.
Let me back up a little. I have boxes and boxes of prints from high school, college, London, and just everyday life. Up until about, say, 2004, when George bought a digital camera. Since then, I’ve rarely had prints made. A few photo books here and there, and certainly some enlargements of the boys for framing, but no more envelopes of 4x6s to stick in my purse. I can’t say I really missed them, but sometimes (especially with the boys), it’s nice to have physical prints to show off or to give away.
Enter the GrooveBook. A book of your photos from your iPhone or iPad, printed and sent to you for only $2.99! You get one book monthly, and can put up to 100 of your photos in it. And the prints are perforated so if you want to give a print to someone, or put one on your corkboard at work or whatever, you can do that easily, without destroying the rest of the book.
Here’s how it works…
It’s very simple:
· Upload up to 100 photos a month from your phone
· Receive a keepsake photo book of your photos in about 7 days (just $2.99 shipping & processing)
· The books are made with quality photo-paper and perforated edges so that you can use the photos however you please
Now, I’m not going to say the quality of the prints is what you’d get from a pro lab after shooting on a DSLR, but it’s better than I expected. Obviously we’re working with a camera phone here, but all things considered, I was pleased.
If you want to try this, GrooveBook will send you a book for free by using the code PyjammysGroove. Download the app here: GrooveBook app
(and sorry, Android users, it’s only for iPhone and iPad right now. See why I got an iPhone?)
All opinions are my own. GrooveBook sent me a sample book with my photos for free, but I was not compensated for this post. I only review products I think are cool or useful or fun. This is all three.