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Emma Lee
Listing created by Emma Lee on January 08, 2016    

SPARK app allows you to choose 10 photos from your phone, get them printed and delivered to you doorstep for free. SPARK sustains itself by engaging advertisers to promote their service or product on the back of each photograph.


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App no longer giving free prints?

App sounds good after reading its function via a few online platforms. As of 16 June 2017, I downloaded the app and tried getting the prints but an error msg was found. Not sure if they are still in operation.

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Free Photos

SPARK Asia is a convenient way to print your photos. Just download the app. fill in some particulars, choose the photographs you want printed and voila! In one to two weeks the photos will be delivered to your house.

I’ve been consistently using SPARK Asia, because it’s free, so why not? A very ingenious idea since the ones paying for the printing of the photos are the companies whose advertisements are printed at the back of each photo. The quality of the photo paper may not be top-notch, but considering that it’s of no cost, I wouldn’t be one to complain.

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10 Photos a month, every month, for free!

When I stumbled across the SPARK app, the typical Singaporean in me rejoiced. The SPARK app allows you to choose 10 photos each month, print them, and have them delivered right to your doorstep for free!

The SPARK app earns mainly from advertisers, who will have their advertisement printed on the flip side of your photos. Just download the SPARK app, which is available on IPhone or Android, pick 10 photos, crop it to your desired size, and send it off for printing!

However, the quality of the photos are not excellent and cannot match up to those you buy from professional shops. The colour of the photos fade after some time (on the bright side, you have a very natural sepia filter) and the photos are only available in glossy format. But who doesn’t like free stuff? I know I do!

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