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Introducing Free Captions: A New QuickPrints Partner

Tue, 11/13/2012 - 15:38 - Drew Schweinfurth

Walgreens is proud to introduce Free Captions as a new partner for the QuickPrints Developer Program. 

Free Captions is a free and innovative iPhone/iPod Touch app which adds hilarious captions and bubbles to your pictures. Use the caption provided or completely customize your own. Pick its color, size and font. Add stickers and cool photo effects. Share your pics with your friends by email or text message. And, best of all, use QuickPrints to print all of your photos at a nearby Walgreens!  

Download the "Free Captions" app for iPhone and iPod Touch today in the iTunes App Store.

Free Captions

Introducing Rage Camera Pro: A New QuickPrints Partner

Mon, 11/05/2012 - 09:46 - Drew Schweinfurth

Walgreens is proud to introduce Rage Camera Pro as a new partner for the QuickPrints Developer Program. 

Rage Camera Pro for the iPhone and iPad is a one of a kind meme creator. Using signature meme face detection technology, any moment or favorite photo can be transformed instantly into your own meme. Rage Camera Pro provides users with hundreds of different meme comics to choose from, as well as nearly one hundred filter options to enhance and customize your favorites. Using the Viewmaster to combine photo filters the possibilities are endless, and so is the fun.

Users have always been able to post their Rage Camera Pro memes to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit, or share them through email. Now, with Walgreens QuickPrints, you can print out your memes with ease at any local Walgreens. QuickPrints is a wonderful new convenience for our users who want to take fun pictures, edit, share, and print them on the go.

Download the Rage Camera Pro app for iPhone & iPad today in the iTunes App Store.

Rage Camera Pro

Introducing HP ePrint service: A New QuickPrints Partner

Tue, 10/30/2012 - 14:46 - Drew Schweinfurth

Walgreens is proud to introduce HP ePrint service as a new partner for the QuickPrints Developer Program.  HP and Walgreens are partnering to keep customers moving with HP ePrint mobile printing, giving them easy access to photo printing directly from their smartphones.

With the free HP ePrint service app, it’s easy to discover a public location from your smartphone. More than 90% of people using the app can use the GPS capability to conveniently locate an HP ePrint Public Print Location nearby.  The app even includes a link to maps so you can get driving directions to the public print location if you are in an unfamiliar area.

Download the HP ePrint service application today in the iTunes App Store.

HP ePrint service

Introducing CameraXE: A New QuickPrints Partner

Thu, 10/25/2012 - 10:57 - Drew Schweinfurth

Walgreens is proud to introduce CameraXE as a new partner for the QuickPrints Developer Program. CameraXE is the second application from MEA Mobile, which also developed existing partner application Printicular.

Camera XE, an extended edition camera, features facial recognition to automatically frame and zoom in on faces. Burst mode to take rapid fire photos and advanced settings for professional grade camera control. They’ve also made photo management easy with their group photo picker tool.

According to Rod Macfarlane, Director for MEA Mobile, "Integrating Walgreens QuickPrints has been a great choice for MEA Mobile. The SDK is quick and easy to drop in on both Android and iOS, and the return on investment is clear. Walgreens' team made setup simple and even helped to promote the app. Definitely recommended."

Download the CameraXE app for iPhone today in the iTunes App Store.



QuickPrints for iOS SDK - Version 1.1 Available

Tue, 09/25/2012 - 16:31 - Drew Schweinfurth

Attention all iOS Developers:

The Walgreens Developer Program team has just released version 1.1 of our QuickPrints for iOS SDK.

After the final version of iOS6 was released to developers on Wednesday September 12, we encountered an issue in our testing relating to how the final version of iOS6 leveraged the new armV7S framework. 

We have worked quickly to resolve that issue and are happy to report an updated version of our SDK is now available for iOS developers.


We don’t believe a SDK update will be required for all partner applications (depends on how/if you leveraged the armV frameworks, but wanted to let all of developers know either way.

Version 1.1 of the iOS SDK (and updated set of sample application source code) can now be downloaded on our iOS SDK documentation page.


Link - /api/quickprints/apimethod/quickprints-sdk-ios