Booksto.Me Turns Your Instagram Photos Into A Book

Mar 17, 2014

Category: Tech

If you think pictures of classic cars, amazingly filled-out sports bras, and perfectly aligned char marks on a sizzling steak deserve to be seen in more than just their digital forms, you’re right. Booksto.Me takes your digital pics and puts them in a book, sending you the images from your previous month’s Instagram feed to your doorstep in a sleek, hardcover package.

It’s a subscription service ($24 monthly), so if you’re not hitting up cars shows, spending time at babe-laden gyms, or doing solid work on the grill, then you might not be in the market for monthly photo summaries. But if you’re like Peter Parker out there, the flat rate covers up to 200 pictures spread out over 50 pages. Now get snappin. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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