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FreePrints Reviews: Is it Really Free?

FreePrints is a free app which allows you to print and deliver photos taken on your smartphone or tablet. Read our FreePrints review.

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About FreePrints

FreePrints is an app-based service that allows people to print physical copies of the photos from their phones. The product website is freeprints.tv, which was registered in September 2013. The screen capture below shows the official website in November 2015.

Free Prints

What They Claim

  • No subscriptions or commitment
  • Completely free
  • Up to 1,000 per year/85 4×6 per month
  • Available on all app stores
  • Ships within days
  • Simple and hassle-free
  • Printed on Kodak and Fujifilm paper

FreePrints Cost

Some services are free, others are paid for: Additional 4×6 prints of the same photo, sizes other than 4×6, and shipping and handling (anywhere from $1.99 – $9.99)

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Reviews

FreePrints is an app which allows you to print photos from you smartphone. You merely upload your desired photos, and your prints will arrive in the mail shortly thereafter. You get up to 85 4×6 prints per month, and you can only print 1 copy of each photo. You only pay is shipping, which ranges from about $2 to $10.

FreePrints has a very high consumer satisfaction rating, with most customers more than pleased with the outcome. There are those customers who are not happy about paying for shipping, but those objections are in the clear minority.

There is no subscription or commitment.

The service is surprisingly slick and efficient. We found the prints to be of an acceptable quality, and delivery time to be on par with what was expected. If you are looking for a print service for your photos, FreePrints should be on your short list.

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Marylynn Lewis
Marylynn Lewis
3 years ago

Stay far away from this company…charge for shipping is high and slow. Go elsewhere!!!

Emma Sosnow
Emma Sosnow
7 months ago

I believe that if you allow this company to access of your Google account it has the authority to download and copy your files and other crazy stuff that i.ve never read in an agreement I understand from this that they have access to millions of Google accounts and akin to Facebook actually with more access than Facebook are selling our personal data and making a killing from that the photos are

Raymont R Weaver
Raymont R Weaver
3 months ago
Reply to  Emma Sosnow

Everybody is so concerned about a company selling their information. Big deal, they gave you what you wanted for free, let them sell your information. Your politicians orchestrating this pandemic have hired companies to use your cell phone GPS to find out who is complying with the curfew
Soon they will issue you a summons to appear in court. True words.

Kelly Gall16350
Kelly Gall16350
7 months ago

They are wonderful!!! Very pleased with the quality and service

Michael
Michael
6 months ago

Not free at all! The postage charge is 10 times what it costs them! But what did you expect lol?

Mick
Mick
5 months ago

Crazy postage charges! Not free at all! Check with your post office! They make a killing

Nancy Renfro
Nancy Renfro
3 months ago

I am so frustrated!!! I have selected my 85 pictures and I have enlarged about 6 to 5 x 5, I will gladly pay the extra fee. When it comes to the ‘ship to’ spot I fill in my information of course and I live in a condo so I put B-1 next to my street address. When I click next it says correct the spaces in red, which are the B-1, I put it in the next space where it says to, still kicks me back and also my zip now. So then it says pick from contacts well… Read more »

Charlesgladney
Charlesgladney
3 months ago

Cannot log in eventhough I reset my password