Kodak Pic Flick
PublisherEastman Kodak Co
Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- video and still capture
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (8)
Deutsch English English (United States) Español (España, alfabetización internacional) français italiano português (Brasil) português (Portugal)
Pic Flick is a FREE, easy to use app that lets you access your photos, edit them, and send them over a wi-fi connection to any supported KODAK All-In-One Printer* or Digital Frame**. Features: 1. Access photos on your Windows Mobile*** device. 2. Preview & edit your photos for printing or sharing. Editing features include pinch zoom and rotate to crop, black and white, sepia, polaroid and tilt shift. 3. Send your photos over wi-fi to any supported KODAK All-in-One Printer* or Digital Frame** connected to the same network as your Windows Mobile device. * All network connected KODAK All-In-One Printers are supported, EXCEPT ESP7 and ESP9 ** All network connected KODAK EasyShare Digital Frames are supported. *** Windows Phone 7.5 and greater are supported.
8/1/2014Does not workon my Nokia Lumia windows 8
7/12/2014Wish I could print documents also
6/30/2014works great with my phone
6/7/2014Can't get it to locate the printer on my wireless network used to work fine before I changed routers. Any settings anyone knows of I should be looking for?
5/31/2014Works well with my ESP5310. Only prints from picture folder on my WP8. Document printing requires taking a screenshot and printing that. Would like to be able to print from any file or folder.
3/24/2014Pls add support for the esp7 and I'll give 5 stars
10/21/2013Awesome app, actually works! Print pics from windows phone over WiFi network.
2/19/2013Can't find my ESP9 printer no matter what I try.
2/13/2013Works well. You know what would be cool? If we could send pics to EasyShare printers. I know they're old, but I still have one and lots of paper and ink. If I send pics from my phone to my printer via bluetooth, that would be awesome and cut out the process of emailing them to my self /downloading to computer and then printing.