Owned by computer and printer giant Hewlett-Packard, Snapfish lets you upload your camera phone photos via e-mail, and print them on photo paper or merchandise. Like all the sites we reviewed, Snapfish is easy to navigate, although it doesn’t offer anything compelling to make it a standout in terms of merchandising. However, thanks to a partnership with Stamps.com, it lets you print stamps using your favorite photos.
Pricing: Snapfish charges 9 cents for a 4x6 print, which is on par with most of the services. An 8x10 costs $2.99.
Compare York’s website to Snapfish’s, and you’ll begin to wonder whether the two companies are related. (They were at one point, but Snapfish is now under the HP brand.) Nevertheless, York's interface and merchandise looks oddly similar to Snapfish's offerings. Like DotPhoto, what York lacks is the backing of a major company, although York says it has been in the film-developing business for 60 years.
Pricing: A 4x6 print costs 8 cents, with larger 8x10 prints at $2.99.