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This article was published on November 5, 2015


Wonders now lets you order prints of photos via Artifact Uprising

Wonders now lets you order prints of photos via Artifact Uprising
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Through a partnership with Artifact Uprising, Wonders now lets you peruse and (possibly) purchase images taken by others.

Artifact Uprising is typically thought of a a way to publish your own photos; if you went on a trip, you’d be able to create a book or poster via Artifact Uprising.

With Wonders, you can now order prints of images in-app, even those others took. You can download images as backgrounds for your desktop ($2.99), order a print ($69.99) or buy a framed photo for your wall ($299.99).

Not all photos on Wonders can be bought, though. Only those with a peace-sign icon are up for sale. The team at Wonders says full albums must be uploaded, but users can choose which images to sell.

Wonders [App Store]