Archive for March, 2009

March 9, 2009

Mixbook Launches Upgrade to Online Photo Book Editor

Mixbook gives users the power to collaboratively create photo books and scrapbooks on the web

SAN JOSE, Calif, March 9, 2009 –Mixbook (, the free online photo service that allows users to collaboratively create personalized photo books, today announced the release of a powerful new online scrapbook editor. Mixbook’s new editor allows users to fully personalize their photo book with a wide array of stickers, backgrounds, and professionally-designed themes.

“Mixbook takes the heavy lifting out of photo book creation by providing users a simple, powerful, and collaborative online photo book editor. Within minutes, users can turn their photos into a beautiful printed photo book,” said Aryk Grosz, President & Co-founder of Mixbook. “We also take all the necessary steps to ensure that the print quality of our products is the best on the market. This combination has been the key to our success.”

Mixbook’s Online Photo Book Software Offers:

· One-Click Professional Templates – Create a book quickly with pre-built professional templates for baby photo books, wedding photo books, travel books and more.

· Powerful Scrapbook Editor – Move, crop, rotate, pan and zoom on photos; add stickers and backgrounds; and create custom layouts.

· Integration with Leading Photo Sites – Add photos from Facebook, Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Photobucket or Smugmug.

· Simple Online Collaboration – Invite friends and family to create pages, add photos and even create their own fully-personalized copies to order when the book is done.

Check out how easy Mixbook is to use with our 30-second video demo or visit

About Mixbook

Mixbook is a free online service for creating and sharing personalized photo books that offers the world’s first collaborative scrapbook editor for creating photo books. Mixbook’s intuitive online software allows users to quickly and easily create professional-looking photo books and then fully personalize them with hundreds of free creative elements. Users can then share their creations on the web or as high-quality printed photo books. Try it yourself at

For information, contact:

Marcel Sanchez