Kiwi app developer MEA’s Printicular app has moved into the Australian print marker, offering customers Android Pay to print photos.
Printicular also offers canvas printing and poster printing via its canvasprint and posterprint mobile applications. App users have the option to get their prints home delivered or pick them up from selected retailers.
Bruce Seymour, Printicular cofounder, says, “The addition of Android Pay to the app will mean Printicular customers have an added level of convenience and security to their photo purchases. There was a chasm for about a decade where people weren’t able to easily print their photos Cables, wires, logins made the process cumbersome and overwhelming. Printicular was built to make photo printing easier than it has ever been before.”
MEA, a full service creative agency, has offices in New Zealand, Australia and the USA. Last year it helped Warehouse Stationery moved further into the print market with Printicular. The app challenges photo-printing from kiosks and must cause concern for the Australian market.
The company launched the app in the USA three years ago. It has made its way into over 9000 Walgreens stores in the USA and 1600 dm-droguerie pharmacies in Germany. Users have printed more than 10 million photographs from using the app.

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