CVS/pharmacy Photo Centers Launch Image Upload Options from Smartphones to Kiosks

CVS/pharmacy Photo Centers Launch Image Upload Options from Smartphones to Kiosks

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Woonsocket, RI—CVS/pharmacy shoppers can now wirelessly upload images from their mobile devices to Kodak Picture Kiosks to create a variety of photo products, such as photo books, personal greetings, calendars and more at CVS/pharmacy Photo Centers nationwide. This new service is just in time for the holidays, allowing customers to create holiday photo gifts.

“With the addition of the new in-store mobile printing service, available at thousands of CVS/pharmacy Photo Centers, our customers have another convenient option for creating photo gifts and greeting cards,” said Rob Price, chief marketing officer for CVS/pharmacy. “Offering Wi-Fi access at our photo kiosks is part of our ongoing commitment to provide our customers with easy one-stop shopping for personalized gifts this holiday season.”

To access the service, customers must download the free Kodak Kiosk Connect app—which is available in Google Play or the Apple App Store—to wirelessly and securely import personal photos from their mobile device to CVS/pharmacy Kodak Picture Kiosks. Once the device is successfully synced to the Kodak Picture Kiosk, customers are shown simple steps to get started and begin creating their products—whether they be personalized photo cards and invitations or wall décor such as canvas prints and posters.

In addition to expanding in-store photo services, CVS/pharmacy currently offers shoppers on-the-go printing options with the CVS/pharmacy Mobile app, allowing them to print photos from their smartphone or from their CVSphoto.com account for pickup at a local CVS/pharmacy the same day. The CVS/pharmacy Mobile app can also be downloaded through the Apple App Store or Google Play. cvs.com

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