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Lifeprint launches Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connected photo printer with AR features

Lifeprint has launched its new and larger 3×4.5-inch Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connected photo printer exclusively on and Apple retail stores across the world.

The printer and accompanying free app allows you to edit, print, and share photos and videos with family, friends, and fans all over the world. The app even allows you to “bring those experiences to life with augmented reality and watch as your videos come to life in your hands,” according to the folks at Lifeprint.

Additionally, the new Wifi capability allows users to print to their Lifeprint from anywhere in the world. Watch the video here to see how it works.

Lifeprint’s social network for real photos allows uses to share augmented reality images through a printer network to any Lifeprint printer in the world. Making sharing physical photographs across the globe with loved ones is purportedly as easy as sending a text. So you can share physical prints instantly to friends all over the world directly to their Lifeprint printers.

With the new Wi-Fi feature, users can send photos to their printer from anywhere in the world and the physical printed photo will be waiting for them when they get back home. Plus, the Bluetooth option is also still available for local printing as well.

The Lifeprint app allows users to customize prints with filters, memes, stickers, and more. Lifeprint uses sticky-backed ZINK Paper to allow users to share photos and videos around town or with friends. Lifeprint printers use ZINK Zero Ink Technology to produce instant, full-color digital images without ink cartridges, ribbons, or toner. 

The 3×4.5 Lifeprint printer is available for $149.99. Lifeprint film for the 3×4.5 is $49.99 for a pack of 40 and $29.99 for a pack of 20. 



Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.