Kodak gallery moved to Shutterfly

Kodak announced in March that it would sell its online photo services to Shutterfly for $23.8 million. The transfer includes all photos in U.S. and Canadian Gallery users’ accounts. Kodak Gallery’s more than 75 million users will be able to sidle over to Shutterfly to find their photo collections. Customers who did not want their photos transferred … Continue reading “Kodak gallery moved to Shutterfly”

Kodak announced in March that it would sell its online photo services to Shutterfly for $23.8 million. The transfer includes all photos in U.S. and Canadian Gallery users’ accounts.

Kodak Gallery’s more than 75 million users will be able to sidle over to Shutterfly to find their photo collections. Customers who did not want their photos transferred had until May 28 to opt out and retrieve their images through free downloads or DVDs.

Once Kodak Gallery customers activate their new Shutterfly account, the site’s range of services will become available for free, including unlimited photos storage. Read more
Excerpted from PC Mag
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