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Mobile Print App Printicular Goes Global

Mobile Print App Printicular Goes Global


Auckland, NZ - MEA Mobile today is proud to announce that their leading photo assistant app, Printicular, now supports global home delivery. Users can print Instagram, Facebook and their phone pictures direct from their phone to Walgreens for pick up or delivery.

"Our new photo print delivery service is global," says Bruce Seymour, Managing Director at MEA Mobile, "In addition to being able to pickup your phone's photos at Walgreens, we can now send them directly to you anywhere in the world."

The free to download app, Printicular takes the pictures from your Phone, Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Google+, Picasa or Dropbox account and uploads them to a local Walgreens store or delivers them to your home. Printicular is also the first Walgreen's launch partner to offer users 4"x4" and now 8"x8" Instagram prints.

* Print photos direct from your phone for Walgreens pickup or home delivery worldwide
* The Printicular app is free and you can use coupon code 'QPSAVE' for a 20% discount
* Available for iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Windows 8, Android & Samsung Galaxy phones

The company also makes, Canvas Print which places Instagram photos on a 12"x12" canvas. The canvas print product is ready to hang when you pick it up at Walgreens and is now available with home delivery.

Pricing and Availability:
Printicular 2.1 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category. There are also versions available for Android, Blackberry and Windows 8.

MEA Mobile:
Download from iTunes (iOS):
Download from Google Play (Android):
Download from App World (Blackberry):
Download from Microsoft (Windows 8):

MEA Mobile makes apps. Best known for photo & video apps including iSupr8, GridFilter and Part, MEA Mobile also makes iGloLEDset: WiFi controllable color LED lights. The company is actively expanding with offices in Auckland and Hamilton, New Zealand and New Haven, Connecticut.


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