The LifePics service provides photo finishing and printing, including online storage and sharing of images. Printing services generate standard print sizes, from wallet-size through wall-size posters. Also available are photo greeting cards and gifts such as calendars, mugs, etc. A revenue sharing model pays developers for orders to the service generated by applications. API methods support account management, including creation of accounts and specification of partner locations, along with image management. Methods enable control of individual images or collections defined as albums, including file upload, retrieval, updating, and deletion. Add-to-cart methods support e-commerce applications of service functions. Developers can request access to view API documentation. LifePics offers iOS and Android SDKs for easy mobile app integrations.
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The LifePics service provides photo finishing and printing, including online storage and sharing of images. The LifePics iOS SDK provides tools that enable developers to integrate the LifePics OPEN (Open Photo eCommerce Network) API into iOS applications. This will allow select pictures to be printed automatically from a user's iOS device. The SDK requires a LifePics developer key for use, and supports iOS 7.0 and later. The easiest method of installation is using CocoaPods.