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‘Flag’ App Will Let You Print Photos for Free

by Hazel Chua

Want free prints of your favorite pictures? Don’t mind seeing an ad on the back of each print? Then you’ll love Flag. It’s an upcoming image-printing service that comes with its own dedicated app that lets user print 4″x6″ photos for free.

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The free prints are made possible by the sponsors’ ads that are printed on the opposite side of the picture. This shouldn’t be a big deal if you’re just printing photos for remembrance that you’ll just be keeping in an album. And it’s free in the strictest sense, because you won’t even have to pay for shipping or handling!

Select 20 photos from your camera, Facebook, Instagram or favorite social network and tap ‘Print’. Flag will print and mail your pictures to you, or someone you love, free. No shipping, no handling, no BS.

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On the back of each print, you can include details about the camera, additional comments, and a QR code which can be used for ordering reprints. Flag will also offer upgraded features like rounded corners or fancy edges, as well as postcards and giant mosaic prints.

Flag recently reached its goal on Kickstarter, so you should be seeing the app for iOS and Android sometime this Summer.


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