Breezebook is discontinued

Dor

Posted May 30, 2011

by Dor

We are sorry to inform you that we have decided to discontinue the Breezebook product line. We are very proud of the quality of the Breezebook, but unfortunately sales haven't met our expectations. Instead we will now focus on the things that we do best, helping our users to create stunning photo album presentations for the web.

For those of you out there that still want to print photo books we have renewed our partnership with our old friends at Blurb. Being the leading photo book service in the world, no one knows great quality book products better than them. We are currently working on better integrating our two services, but meanwhile you can use the existing Blurb software to create your very own photo book.

/jAlbum team

Blurb

Visit our printing partner, Blurb.com for great photo books at great prices!

 
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hoevel

hoevel 13 years ago

Hello,
I had an album printed with Blurb. Today it arrived here in Germany: very fast, very good, very easy to make. It like it!!!

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CLOSED USER 13 years ago

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IAN GORDON

IAN GORDON 13 years ago

You . . . . ?!?
You had something that was quite unique, and you discontinued it ? ! ?

This is beyond my comprehension.

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halfcj

halfcj 13 years ago

I now wanted to order more of an album I made for a client, but can't even find it in my account so that I can order with blurb!...or someone else?

Martin Milinovsky

Martin Milinovsky 13 years ago

What a pity! I ordered one book and it really was wonderful and I like the a little bit 'other' look than the products you get elsewhere. OK, the shipping was expensive, but I think it was it worth.

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casachitti

casachitti 13 years ago

A bit of a shame as I liked the ease of use, but it was so expensive to ship it to Norway that it wasn't worth the price.

Dick Brewster

Dick Brewster 13 years ago

I didn't use Breezebook because it didn't appear to be able to do what I wanted so I didn't get to experience it's quality.

Blurb, OTOH, is exactly what I have been looking for. If you do some integration to make it easier to use, that will be even better, although it looks easy to use now.