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Print On Demand: Kite SDK

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Print On Demand: Kite SDK

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Feel like adding print on demand to your app? Check this out:

OceanLabs / iOS-Print-SDK

The Kite Print SDK makes it easy to add print on demand functionality to your app.

Harness our worldwide print and distribution network. We’ll take care of all the tricky printing and postage stuff for you!

To get started, you will need to have a free Kite developer account. Go to kite.ly to sign up for free.

Products

Use print to unlock hidden revenue streams and add value for your users. In under an hour you could be using our SDK to print:

  • Magnets
  • Polaroid Style Prints
  • Square Prints
  • Postcards
  • A4 (invoices, letters, etc)
  • New products being added monthly

We mentioned another print on demand service the Sincerely Ship Library a long time ago, and they still seem to be around as well, but if you want more than postcards this one looks well worth looking into!

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