Kodak printing photos from your smartphone delivered to your door – EFTM

Kodak printing photos from your smartphone delivered to your door

Kodak Moments is part archive, part social network and part digital printing store

There’s no doubting the correlation between Kodak and Photography, it goes back years – so it makes perfect sense that you would trust Kodak to print your photos that are stored up on your mobile phone – their Kodak Moments app does that and a whole lot more.

Many people would be uploading photos of holidays or their kids on Facebook or Instagram, thinking that’s a great way to get a snapshot of moments in their life over time when looking back over the years.


The problem with that is the quality those photos are stored at.  On most social media sites the photos are compressed when they are uploaded and stored.

Kodak Moments app allows you to save your photos in a social media like app, but they are stored at Kodak in full quality.

You can add captions, or creative titles, and even filters.


Create a small private network of your family and friends, or share with the world.

When you want to revisit a moment, you can get your photos printed.


From a standard 6×4 to a huge canvas print, or even a coffee mug with your photo on it – it’s all printed to order.

Photos are printed in Kodak’s Melbourne facility and dispatched promptly, just a couple of days and you’re done.


In fact, even for photos you haven’t saved on the app, you can link your Instagram or Facebook accounts and order those photos to be printed also.

Simple app, free, perhaps best for its digital printing service – the ease of use is outstanding, moreso than the social sharing and saving.  But – perhaps time to free some of those photos from the shackles of your phone and get them printed!

Have a listen to Trevor’s Interview with Kodak about Kodak Moments on his Nightly radio show Talking Technology – Weeknights at 8pm on 2UE Talking Lifestyle

App: iOS / Android


Trevor produces two of the most popular technology podcasts in Australia, Your Tech Life and Two Blokes Talking Tech. He has a weekly radio show on 2UE, as well as appearances across the country and regularly provides Technology Commentary to Channel 9’s Today Show and A Current Affair. Father of three, he is often found down in his Man Cave. Like this post? Buy Trev a drink!
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