“Apple is putting an end to orders through its Photo Print Products service after Sept. 30,” Roger Fingas writes for AppleInsider. “If you’ve been a regular user, here are some alternative digital services for making calendars and photo books.”
“We’ve used all of these, so we’re going to say right now that for Apple users, the exiting Photo Print service is superior to all of these from an integration, variety, and overall quality standpoint hands down,” Fingas writes. “All of these services have their strong points, and weak spots.”
“Unfortunately, there’s no real way to pick a best offering overall — because there isn’t one,” Fingas writes. “However, if you shop smart, and order a product based on the strengths of the company, you can get the same quality product that you’d get from Photo Print.”
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