Fujifilm Kiosk Photo Transfer

Fujifilm Kiosk Photo Transfer


Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm allows you to transfer photos straight from your mobile device onto any Fujifilm Kiosk so that you can print and create photo products. Just stand near any Fujifilm Kiosk at select Walmart locations. Then, connect to the store's secure wireless network, pair your device with the kiosk, and select the photos you would like to transfer. It's that simple!

PLEASE NOTE: This application is rolling out to Walmart stores near you but your Walmart might not have this feature just yet. Check the website for available locations and feel free to let us know that you want this feature at your store next!

Recent changes:
minor bug fixes
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Free
78
3.9
User ratings
54
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1104 kb
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About Fujifilm Kiosk Photo Transfer
Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm allows you to transfer photos straight from your mobile device onto any Fujifilm Kiosk so that you can print and create photo products. Just stand near any Fujifilm Kiosk at select Walmart locations. Then, connect to the store's secure wireless network, pair your device with the kiosk, and select the photos you would like to transfer. It's that simple!

PLEASE NOTE: This application is rolling out to Walmart stores near you but your Walmart might not have this feature just yet. Check the website for available locations and feel free to let us know that you want this feature at your store next!

Recent changes:
minor bug fixes

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 27, 2014
Eh It worked but really, was this necessary?!?! I used to just link up with bluetooth and be done!!!
A Google User
Jul 25, 2014
Crashes Would be great if it actually worked. There's this thing called Bluetooth... No apps... No crashes... Just file transfers. You guys should check it out.
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
Won't read albums on card, only the ones on the phone