Nothing strange that the World Wide Web is flooded by new websites. Every day the www users find interesting, extravagant ones covering different segments of customers. This time we came across a new web sites of an easy and fun service. It turns personal photos into full fledged magazine covers. The website, http://www.magmypic.com/, introduced an easy process that allows even novice users to put their picture on the cover of a magazine. MagMyPic's newest feature allows users to purchase these magazine covers as full size prints.
According to the PRWEB, MagMyPic.com first launched in October of 2007 as a free tool to make fake magazine covers online. Over 15 million magazines were created and distributed online within the first 10 months. After users clamored for the ability to purchase their magazine covers as real prints, MagMyPic built a system to do just that.
The process is automatic. After a photo is selected, the site automatically uploads, crops, positions, and resizes it all behind the scenes. The choice of the user is free, he/she can use the magazine him./herself.
A standard 8x10 magazine cover costs $9.95. The lead developer behind MagMyPic.com, Matt Parrett, thinks the timing is good for buying prints. "With the economy and gas prices how they are, it's nice to have such a unique gift that's affordable and available from home."
"A lot of publishing companies have tried to make systems like this, but they always overcomplicated them," said Andy Holloway, the site's creator. "Our site actually makes it fun to make the magazine covers and users have been really impressed with their prints."