Admit it, we are all a little addicted to snapping images on our phones; be it for snapchat, Instagram or as a little memento but how often do we physically display or print said photos? In my case almost never, which is a shame as my camera roll is a digital walk through memory lane. If like myself you like the idea of creating a scrapbook and/or photo album but will less than likely find the time to sit down to make the plan a reality, Pop Book could be the very thing you are looking for.
Essentially Pop Book is an app in which you create your very own physical photo book with up to 21 images (complete with a custom front cover), you can choose from two sizes at no extra cost as well as two photo finishes: matte and glossy. I went for matte as I think they frame better should that be your intentions but the glossy is a great, wipe clean option if you plan to use them in the traditional way. The best part each book costs £4.99 inclusive of delivery and only takes up to a week to arrive!
Pop Book really is a wonderful gift or keepsake, heck you could create one for every special event or milestone within your life from here on out for the same cost it would be to get a roll of camera developed. I truly do believe that this is the way forward for all our endless camera rolls. You can read more and download the app here - link.
I have been very kindly gifted 10 codes to allow readers to create their own Pop Book, to be in with a chance simply leave a comment below with your twitter handle or email address and I will pick 10 winners at random on the 10th of April. For an extra entry you can follow me on Twitter @TheSundayGirlUK - if you choose to do this please let me know below.
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