Kiwi tech firm MEA has recently announced the release of its photo printing apps for Apple’s new M1 Mac.
The new apps allow customers to order photo prints and gifts from Apple’s latest Macs that are powered by Apple Silicon, the first ever chip designed by Apple for desktop computers.
MEA’s award-winning photo apps like Photo Prints+, Photo Prints Now and Printicular, are already available on iPhone and iPad and have been picked up by major retailers in the US, UK and Japan. The company drives growth for its retail partners through innovative customer experiences and targeted customer acquisition.
“MEA is again working at the forefront of technology to find new ways to activate customers for our retail partners,” says chief marketing officer, Sacha Penny.
Using the Mac apps, customers will be able to place orders at more than 25,000 stores worldwide, allowing them to have the experience of an app on their desktop computer. The apps also provide optimised purchasing experiences for customers seeking local pick up and home delivery of photo gifts and products.
“Releasing our existing iPad apps for Apple’s M1 Mac has opened up a whole new market and endless possibilities.”
The new M1 Macs are predicted to make an impact on the industry with their lower costs and higher performance. MEA’s photo printing apps are amongst the first of their kind to be released for the M1 Mac.