Send Digital Photos To Your Grand Parents in Printed Format via Postal Mail


You may be living abroad leaving your parents and grand parents in your home country. If you want to share your photos to your grand parents and family who doesn’t have much knowledge on checking emails or using internet, this service comes handy.

Picwing is a very useful service that lets you send photos which are printed and then mailed to your choice of addresses. The photos get professional-quality Kodak 4×6 prints glossy paper. Suppose if you taken photos on your mobile or digicam, you can upload the photos and send them to picwing via email.

Then, Picwing will print those photos which you have sent them through email, and the printed photos are sent to your parents and loved ones via mail post. The process is pretty automated. Photos are sent twice a month in the order of uploads.

Uploading photos to the service is possible through several ways. Picwing offer mobile apps for Apple iPhone and Google Android platforms. So you can taken photos on your mobile phone and send them for printing on the go. Once the photos are sent via email, they will print it and send them to your loved ones.

This application is perfect for sharing photos with those who may not use a computer and you can make your grandparents and family smile by sending them photos on a regular basis. It will also make them know that you’re keeping in touch.

The photos which you send are stored securely and safely. It also automatically backup all your photos. You can also add a message on the back of every photo like explaining them where you’ve taken the photo, mentioning place, persons etc.

For more questions, you can visit their FAQ page

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  1. Chethan says:

    Don’t Use Printed material… save paper!!! save world! save nature!!

  2. Nice service … but what’s the catch :P

  3. Great site. A lot of useful information here. I’m sending it to some friends!


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