Polaroid, one of the leading digital photo printers, has launched its own cloud-based photo printing service, called Free Prints.
The company has partnered with Epson, a cloud-printing startup that provides free photos to photographers, publishers and brands.
“It was only a matter of time before we could offer free photo printing for all,” said Polaroid CEO Jitendra Narayanan in a blog post.
“We are thrilled to partner with a well-known and proven service that offers free printing.”
Free Prints lets users print images for up to 100 minutes at a time using their own camera, and then share the photos and print them for the entire team to enjoy.
The service will be available on desktop, tablet, smartphone and Mac, and it will cost $9.99 per month.
Pascal Kornstein, CEO of Epson Photo, said in a statement that Polaroid is “one of the most innovative digital photo printing platforms we have seen.
With Free Print, our goal is to bring photographers the benefits of cloud-enabled, open source cloud-printers to bring a new level of creative power to their work.”
Polaroids photo service will also include a free app for users to print from the app.
Users will be able to upload a photo and add it to their photo library, or add an image from the cloud to an existing Polaroid photo library.
Users can also share their photos and add them to their social networks using the free app.
The service will offer a selection of different photo printing apps for different platforms, including desktop, mobile and Mac.
Image quality is guaranteed to be excellent, with Polaroids digital photo software being one of those platforms that comes with excellent quality and quality control, Narayanonan said.
There will be no need to purchase the Polaroids Photo Printing software.
The company will also offer a range of cloud photo printing services for brands and businesses, including photo prints and images.
Currently, Polaroids photo printing is only available for businesses.