Polaroid Blipfoto: The Comeback Of The Photo Album

Every day a photo: the camera producer Polaroid launches with the online service of Blipfoto a digital photo album for mobile devices and therefore goes into competition with Instagram.

Only One Photo Per Day

To survive in the digital age, Polaroid continually searches for new ideas and business fields. The latest attempt is the app Polaroid Blipfoto. Blipfoto is a service from the UK, where users every day take a photo of yourself. The cooperation with the cult camera brand means a relaunch and new mobile applications for the portal.

Polaroid Blipfoto The Comeback Of The Photo Album

Polaroid Blipfoto is to reach Android and iOS app available and also via the browser. The Platform wants to be the opposite of Instagram and similar photo apps, and allows only one photo per day instead of myriad of posts. With the app, user should digital document their lives with images. Unlike other services, Polaroid Blipfoto also stores the images in high resolution.

Polaroid Blipfoto Initially Free Of Charge And Ad-Free

Polaroid and Blipfoto share the same objectives, explain the two in the official blog. And join forces, these objectives were to achieve faster. Blipfoto has been online since 2006 and generated 1.8 million photos per day according to its own figures, the users come from 170 countries. So far, the revised service is ad-free and the app for free. The two partners with premium services in the app want to make money.