Turn Your iPhone into an Instant Camera with Prynt Pocket

Smartphone owners take thousands of photos to immortalize every precious moment in their lives. However, when there is no storage for new shots on the phone, the tendency is always to delete old photos. The most basic problem here is not about taking too much photos but laziness to create backups or more importantly not to print the most valuable ones.

Everyone who uses iPhones is aware of photo printers that are compatible with smartphones. However, some of them are too big to be moved in your pocket. Such as;

  • Smartphone Photo Cube Printer
  • VuPoint Solutions Photo Cube IPWF-P30-VP
  • Canon SELPHY CP910
  • Epson Expression Premium XP-610
  • HP Photosmart 5520

Prynt Pocket Features

Prynt Pocket is a product that can fit into pockets or smallest bags possible. With Prynt Pocket you can instantly print all the photos you take with iPhone and immortalize your moments. Prynt Pocket is compatible with iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, SA iPhone, iPhone Plus 6s, 6s iPhone, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5.

The Prynt Pocket has a zoom feature and a shutter release. It means that you have the chance to convert your iphone into an integrated camera. You do not have to remove your iPhone case to use Prynt Pocket. This is a very useful feature for ease of use and speed. In addition, it can be purchased with different colour options.

The Prynt Pocket has the smallest size compared to other instant mobile printers of its generation and has a serious advantage in this sense.

Price of the Prynt Pocket

Around 150 US Dollars.

How is Prynt Pocket used?

To use the Prynt Pocket device for iPhone, just download the Prynt application from the App Store. Smartphone owners with an Android operating system have to wait until the end of 2017 to be able to use Prynt Pocket.




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