Consumers are increasingly looking for convenient and easy ways to print out their digital photos, according to a 2018 Kodak Moments U.S. Attitudes and Usage Study conducted by Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends, 64% of US consumers print photos today and over a third plan to print more in the future.
Originally launched in 2015, Google Photos serves as the home for photos and videos, helping people save, organize and share their photos and videos. Accessible via iOS or Android as well as through Google Photos on the web, the same-day printing service is made possible through participation in the Kodak Moments Prints partner API program, so consumers can effortlessly bring their digital snapshots to life at participating CVS stores throughout the U.S.
“Partnering with Google Photos and Kodak Moments allows us to offer the most convenient print and pick-up service possible at CVS Pharmacy,” said George Coleman, senior vice president and chief merchant, CVS Pharmacy. “Google Photos has always been about ease and convenience so now we’re proud to extend that into our retail locations nationwide in order to give customers the ability to preserve and display their memories in print.”
“We’re proud of the partnership we’ve held with CVS Pharmacy for more than 20 years and excited to expand this by working with Google Photos to provide the technology underpinning their new print to store offering at CVS stores,” said Nicki Zongrone, President of Kodak Moments. “We expect consumers to be delighted with their prints and the experience.”