Dotti Disposable Camera on the other hand solves many of those issues for me. DDC brings the need to have physical photo prints to Android and to your doorstep. DDC works like a traditional disposable camera but on your Android phone or tablet. You open the app and snap your ‘roll of film’. You can review each photo a head of time so no worries about getting a bunch of crappy photos in the mail. Once your 12 photos have been snapped, you send them of digitally to be printed and shipped out. Cost wise, it is $4.99 a roll to ship in the U.S. and $5.99 out side the states. Best part is you can have them shipped to your house, a friends house or a relative. Even a complete stranger if you would like. Hey, that would be no different than Facebook. If you need doubles that will set you back an extra $3.
The prints get delivered as 4X6′s and are printed on FujiFilm archival quality photo paper. So you can expect good quality prints. The app has a few bonus features include like: Charging flash LED, film advance and film winding. You can even open the camera up and watch the film wind and not expose it.
It is a pretty darn cool idea and application. the DDC accepts Sincerely credits, so you can have that relative or who ever pay for credits ahead of time so you can send them pictures. Check it out on the market if it finds your fancy.
Application: Dotti Disposable Camera
Developer: Sincerely Inc