Mobile App - latest and greatest ⚡️

By Paul McKay

Our mobile app has just had it's biggest overhaul in two years!

The major changes:
🔎 search and filter working a million times better
✅ cleaner/simpler layout for quickly finding what you need from film or lab
👉🏼 smoother integration of WonderPoints and Club AW
🖼 adding 'My Photos' so that you can see your scans from the WonderLab inside the app itself!
🏎 lots of other behind-the-scenes tweaks to make using it quick and seamless

Plus you'll get a special launch 10% discount code - only available inside the app - if you download and place an order by the end of August

 

Head HERE on your phone to get the new version and claim your 10% code

 

Happy Shooting!

 


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