Showcase of applications integrated with Walgreens APIs.
Walgreens is proud to introduce Culture Greetings as a new integration of the Photo Prints API. Culture Greetings is a woman-led, Black-owned greeting card brand, founded in 2018.
On their website, Culture Greetings allows customers to choose a greeting card, write a personal note using handwritten fonts that mirror real penmanship and click “send,” which cues their state-of-the-art printing press. Traditionally, the company prints and mails the card directly to the recipient the following business day.
Through this integration with the Walgreens Photo Prints API and Store Locator APIs, in addition to the Culture Greetings flagship mail to recipient delivery option, customers will now have the choice to pick up their customized cards at a local Walgreens for pickup within the hour!
“The launching of this new integration reflects a significant first for the API team; as we welcome Culture Greetings founder Dr. Dionne Mahaffey, we acknowledge that she is the first African American female founder to join the platform,” said Drew Schweinfurth, Manager of Developer Relations at Walgreens.
“The addition of Culture Greetings to the Walgreens network digitally and physically expands the greeting card aisle by integrating more diverse and socially reflective options”, Dr. Mahaffey added.
Culture Greetings offers more than 2000 greeting cards featuring imagery centered around and elevating the Black and Brown communities' voices. Card options span both mainstream and cultural holidays, milestone occasions, social justice, and photo-card templates allowing users to create fully customized personal greetings. Culture Greetings will offer both the Walgreens’ premium and standard card stock.
Additional details of the new API integration include:
- Photo Prints API for card printing.
- Store Locator for accurate pickup details
- Two Card Stock options
- Same day pickup at any Walgreens or Duane Reade location in the U.S. and Puerto Rico
- Payment collected at store
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Mahaffey and the Culture Greetings team to the growing list Walgreens API Partners.
Send a card via the Culture Greetings platform today!
MIME, a leading personalization engine for cosmetics and skincare, has integrated with our Digital Offers API. Within their iPhone App, Flawless™ by MIME, users can take a photo of any color that inspires them and the app will match the shade. Users can also take selfies and find their perfect foundation match. Once a product is found, users can purchase directly on Walgreens.com or pickup in-store within the same day* – all while earning Balance Rewards points.
“It has been a pleasure working with the Walgreens engineering team,” says MIME founder Chris Merkle. “The Walgreens team clearly understands their customer journey and they have created their API platform to support that path. For a complex integration like this with an enterprise brand, integrations can take months. Together we integrated and went live in just a few weeks. We look forward to growing our partnership with Walgreens and their amazing team.”
Currently the Walgreens integration is available inside of the Flawless™ by MIME iPhone app only; the Android version is in development and will go live soon. What’s next for future development? The MIME team hopes to reward their users by offering cash back on purchases made through their apps.
*Product availability varies by store location.
We wanted to hop back onto our blog to introduce Thunder Bunny Labs a new integration of our Photo Prints API. They have launched their new Map Maker feature which helps you build an amazing photo map of the 50 US states on their website with your photos inside the frame of any state!
With the 50 States Photo Map from Thunder Bunny Labs you can create a one-of-a-kind conversation piece using your own photos from around the USA. Their innovative design allows you to fill the map over time, so whether you are a lifelong traveler or just beginning your adventure you will always remember where you are going and where you have been. Filling up your map is now easier than ever thanks to integration with the Walgreens Photo Prints API. Simply upload your photos into the virtual map, adjust the size and position if you wish, and have them printed directly to a Walgreens near you. The prints will fit perfectly into your map so you can spend less time worrying about cropping and print settings and more time planning your next vacation!
Hop on over to start building your Photo Map of the 50 US States today on the Thunder Bunny Labs Map Maker website.
We are pleased to announce a new integration of our Photo Prints API by previous integrator, Rainhut Inc. They have launched the new Rain Cards App for quickly creating beautiful greeting cards for any occasion and it is now live in the Apple App Store. You can get more info here: www.raincards.com
Rain Cards provides the convenience of mobile and the power of desktop editing with their unique and friendly Rainmaker Wizard. Personalization has never been easier when creating cards. The Rain Cards app includes an amazingly beautiful 3D preview of the cards and, of course, locates you to the nearest Walgreens, or Duane Reade. Rain Cards comes with a gallery of thoughtful artistic designs. New card designs and art published by artists to the Rainhut Cloud are instantly available to owners of the Rain Cards app for free.
Come build a card with the new Rain Card App on the Apple App Store.
The PICLIF (https://piclif.com/) mobile app and Web site allows families and funeral homes to display pictures and memories of a loved one during a funeral service and to easily print the photos at Walgreens. PICLIF helps families bring together memories of their loved one by allowing them to crowdsource pictures from family and friends, building a timeline that can be viewed on any smartphone or computer.
"Our integration with Walgreens allows friends, family, and funeral service attendees to print pictures to Walgreens and keep them forever," said Mike Stafiej, Founder and President of PICLIF. "[PICLIF] chose to integrate with Walgreens for picture printing because of the trusted Walgreens brand and the convenience of local pickup. Additionally, it was clear to us that the Walgreens API and API support was far superior to all of the other photo-printing services that we reviewed and considered integrating with."