Review One of the lesser known photo book providers, Picaboo has a good selection of styles, and is easy to use.
Review If you value speed and reliability above print quality and choice, Walgreens Photo Cards are just fine.
Google Photo is the minimalist’s choice when it comes to photo book creation. The interface is very simple, but doesn’t provide a lot of customization options.
Review ScanDigital is a slick scanning service that offers safe shipping options, and high-quality digital scans.
Shutterfly bought Tiny Prints in 2011, so you can access this sister service from Shutterfly’s website.
Postable is a good photo card service with plenty of template options for all the major holidays and events of all kinds. Many of the designs on the website are simple but nicely conceived and formatted, without a lot of the busy or dated elements that we saw on some sites.
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Review Amazon Prints is cheap, but it falls well below the standards set by rival photo gift providers.
REVIEW Snapfish offers a satisfaction guarantee and some of the best template selections in our testing, but lacked pricing transparency.
REVIEW Meijer Photo offers high quality photo cards and books at affordable prices, and it comes with the advantage of in-store pickup.
Review A high quality photo gift site, Artifact Uprising is great for high quality prints and books.
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