Fujifilm Kiosk Photo Transfer

Fujifilm Kiosk Photo Transfer


Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm allows you to transfer photos easily and quickly right from your mobile device onto any Fujifilm Kiosk so that you can print and create personalized photo products. Download the app here and when you visit your Walmart Photo Center, click “Connect to Mobile” on the Fujifilm kiosk. 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 is not available at all Walmart locations. Click on the link below to view a current list of Walmart locations where you can use the Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm app: http://myfujifilmkiosk.com.

App Features and Benefits Include:
• Transfer images from your mobile device without the use of a cable
• Images transfer quicker than using the Bluetooth alternative
• Select and transfer only those images you would like to print or use to create products
• Safe and secure transfer of images

If you have feedback to share on your experience with the Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm app, please send comments to [email protected]

Recent changes:
Fixed crash when trying to select an album
Minor bug fixes and performance enhancements
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Free
77
3.9
User ratings
190
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1106 kb
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About Fujifilm Kiosk Photo Transfer
Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm allows you to transfer photos easily and quickly right from your mobile device onto any Fujifilm Kiosk so that you can print and create personalized photo products. Download the app here and when you visit your Walmart Photo Center, click “Connect to Mobile” on the Fujifilm kiosk. 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 is not available at all Walmart locations. Click on the link below to view a current list of Walmart locations where you can use the Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm app: http://myfujifilmkiosk.com.

App Features and Benefits Include:
• Transfer images from your mobile device without the use of a cable
• Images transfer quicker than using the Bluetooth alternative
• Select and transfer only those images you would like to print or use to create products
• Safe and secure transfer of images

If you have feedback to share on your experience with the Kiosk Photo Transfer by Fujifilm app, please send comments to [email protected]

Recent changes:
Fixed crash when trying to select an album
Minor bug fixes and performance enhancements

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A Google User
5 days ago
Works great Remember if you are at the kiosk trying to down load this app you need to turn off your wifi as you can't access the internet from the photo center.
A Google User
5 days ago
For those of you complaining about the quality of your pictures its not the photo lab that made them crappy. Check the settings and aspect ratio of your camera. That has a big influence on pixels and quality outside of your tiny phone screen.
A Google User
5 days ago
I loved it Muy buena app
A Google User
6 days ago
Fujifilm Kiosk App SUCKS!!! That is an hour and a half of my life I will never get back!!! Sat at kiosk trying to upload mg pics and got kicked out every time. Connected to kiosk, but nothing after. HEADED to Kodak now!
A Google User
6 days ago
I HATE WALMART! If you use these kiosks at Walmart then prepare yourself because the photo department does nothing better than ruin your photos. The only thing I can say is the photos on my phone are beautiful, but when I saw what Walmart did I wanted to throw them away. As if I didn't hate Walmart enough for only having one register open at all times to serve the 10,000 people in line, then they do this. And to think they are trying to be a bank now with checking accounts. Wow. Just wow.