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Introducing Instantly Framed: A New Framing App for Instagram, Facebook, and iPhone Camera Roll Photographs

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - July 23, 2014) - Instantly Framed, a new iPhone app that frames photos taken from Instagram, Facebook, and iPhone camera rolls, announced this week the public launch of their app. 

To celebrate the launch, the company is offering a huge discount on the cost of their frames for nine days, starting Wednesday the 23rd of July and closing July 31st. To claim the discount, simply enter the code "Instantlyframed" upon purchase of the frame.

Instantly Framed is offering a $15 discount on the purchase of one frame, $25 off two, and $35 off four of their frames. The perfect gift for a hugely discounted price.

So, how does Instantly Framed work?

The core message behind this new company is "Print.Frame.Ship". The concept is to make it as easy as possible to take your photographic memories from your phone and turn them into something tangible, something you can display. In essence, to blow away the digital dust. 

Instantly Framed is all about quality and ease of use with a focus on Made in America. All photos are produced on the highest quality photo-luster paper, cased within a walnut frame that is environmentally conscious, FSC sustainably farmed, and made in the USA. Finally, the high quality finished product will be delivered to your door in just four business days with FREE SHIPPING. This speed of delivery makes the product perfect for a last minute gift.

APP FEATURES:

  • Order physical frames for photos from Instagram, Facebook and iPhone's camera roll in an instant
  • Archival printing process on professional photo luster paper
  • Handcrafted walnut wood frames and a hand-painted soft black finish
  • 4-play acid-free mat
  • Five size options for photograph to fit in 12x12" square frames
  • Attractive packaging for shipments (great for sending as gifts)
  • Frames made from a sustainable walnut wood forested on a FSC certified tree farm
  • Free Shipping
  • Made in the USA

The app is available to download for free on the iTunes store at:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/instantly-framed/id754663886 

Once the app is downloaded, a variety of framing options are available: 8x8, 6x6, 4x4, 4x6, and 6x4. Users are encouraged to experiment with cropping and composition to find the perfect sizing for their image. A unique social sharing feature is also available to send a high quality mock-up of the finished product to any social network or to simply email or text.

Instantly Framed is the highest quality framing app available on the market. Enter the code "Instantlyframed" before July 31st to experience a wonderful framed image delivered directly to your door at an incredibly discounted price. 

About Instantly Framed 

Shalee Cooper, a gallery curator and photographer, partnered with experts in the framing business from Alpine Art & Frame Inc. Robin Grey, Apryll Killpack and Cathi Sutherland to take on the challenge of creating a simple way for users to print and frame photos directly from their phones. The solution was Instantly Framed, which provides a quick "print-frame-ship" service through the app. 

The goal of Instantly Framed is to instantly provide quality driven solutions and create connections. Instantly Framed values are responsibility, community, creativity, quality and authenticity. For more information visit: www.instantlyframed.com 

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Shalee Cooper
Creator of Instantly Framed
[email protected]

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