CVS has partnered with Kodak Moments to let shoppers print photos using Google Photo and pick them up at CVS Pharmacy locations. The prints will be available the same day at more than 7,400 stores across the U.S. starting in October.
“With a majority of U.S. consumers currently printing photos and over a third of those planning to print more in the future, making prints a reality for Google Photo users for pickup at CVS stores nationwide is a natural next step,” said Nicki Zongrone, President of Kodak Moments in a statement. “The Google Photos app is all about ease and convenience, which are the same benefits we’re focused on providing from a printing perspective with our retailers.”
Shoppers can access the Google Photo app on iOS and Android or place their orders through Google Photos on the web. The service is being made available through the Kodak Moments Print partner API program.
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