Autopilot Print launches Apple Silicon Mac apps

Autopilot app screen for Walmart photo printing

Autopilot Print, an enterprise solution for photo-labs, released its photo-printing apps for the Apple M1 Macs, which are powered by Apple Silicon, the first-ever chip designed by Apple for desktops. Autopilot’s photo printing apps, including Photo Prints+Photo Prints Now and Printicular, are already available on iPhone and iPad. With the new Mac apps, customers can order photo prints and gifts directly from their desktop with all of the same features as the mobile apps.

Autopilot Print provides purchasing experiences for customers looking for local pick up and home delivery of photo prints and gifts. More than 25,000 stores are connected to Autopilot Print’s powerful yet simple-to-use photo ordering apps and websites, including major retailers in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and New Zealand.

“Releasing our existing iPad apps for Apple’s M1 Mac has opened up a whole new market and endless possibilities,” said Sacha Penny, CMO, Autopilot Print. “Autopilot Print is again working at the forefront of technology to find new ways to activate customers for our partners.”