Create Replicate Apple Photobooks with Mimeo Photos

Photos are memories made real, and there’s nothing more real than a photograph you can hold in your hand. In the past, Apple photobooks let you relive your favorite experiences, keeping those precious moments just as you remember.

The end of Apple’s photo printing service might have you looking for a better and fully integrated alternative. Mimeo Photos offers you incredible functionality and versatile project management tools, not to mention years of experience in providing Apple with expert print solutions.

Better yet, Mimeo Photos integrates fully with Apple Photos — meaning you can manage everything without any extraneous software. The free app provides you with the experience, functionality, and excellent Apple quality that you’ve grown to love.

Use full page spreads for special landscape shots

Functionality is Key

Embracing a third-party extension for something as important as your photo needs can seem daunting. Don’t worry — Mimeo Photos retains all the functionality you’re used to and improves upon even more.

For instance, some improved functionality includes:

  • Modifying color palettes
  • Changing layouts
  • Swapping themes
  • Exchanging and updating photos

These powerful design tools enable you to hand-craft the results you want for printing. Like creating a one-of-a-kind photobook, for example.

Change background colors and add text

Apple Project Conversion

Converting your Apple Photos Project into a Mimeo Photos Project is simple. All you need to do is open an Apple project and convert it to Mimeo Photos using Apple’s Conversion button on its project menu. From there, you can edit, customize, streamline, and print your project all from the Mimeo Photos app.

Not only can you convert existing projects, but the inclusion of all the same Apple features you’ve loved for years — themes, for example — means that you won’t miss a beat.

Integration and Compatibility

Integration and compatibility are at the forefront of Mimeo Photos’ approach. Full integration with the Apple Photos app removes the need for third-party software.

Select the photos straight from your Apple Photos library. Then create a new project or drop them into an existing one.

Use round trip editing to edit photos in your book

Themes and Customization

Mimeo Photos has a library of over 50 themes include Travel Shots, Monograph, and Picture Book, to name a few. Mimeo Photos provides the same Apple photobook themes and more, printed in the same quality you’ve come to expect with Apple.

Round trip editing means that you can do a lot more than just print your work: it’s now easier than ever to customize your project just as you want.

Integrated support for Apple’s familiar editing tools is part and parcel of Mimeo Photos’ package. Customizing messages, transforming images, and changing color palettes and much more can be done with Mimeo Photos’ editing tools:

  • Rotate, crop, flip, and transform photos
  • Modify a photo’s light, sharpness, color, and more
  • Utilize different font sizes, styles, and colors
  • Effortlessly change the background color of pages

Now, celebrate your memories the way you want.

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  • Annabel Dance

    January 5, 2019 at 11:58 pm
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    Hi Im sorry but there is no way the same themes are available - there is no theme that allows me to have a text […] Read MoreHi Im sorry but there is no way the same themes are available - there is no theme that allows me to have a text box like i used to with apple books - i don't want to add text over a photo and there is not the range of different options as i had before with layout 1 of my apple books wil not convert and yes I'm using the most up to date software and other books have converted - as it won't conb=vert i looked at replicating with your themes but have become so frustrated and have just given up - this was a wonderful program before - now im not going to bother to use unless there are big changes Read Less

    • Deborah Lalehzar
      to Annabel Dance

      January 7, 2019 at 9:46 am
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      Hi Annabel, Thanks for your comment and bringing this to our attention. We will certainly look into this.

  • Stephen Rowley

    January 2, 2019 at 11:20 pm
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    Hi, You say: "Mimeo Photos provides the same Apple photobook themes," and elsewhere you call your themes "identical." Can you point to a theme that has the […] Read MoreHi, You say: "Mimeo Photos provides the same Apple photobook themes," and elsewhere you call your themes "identical." Can you point to a theme that has the same Apple layouts (notably full bleed without having to fiddle with each image, and the wider range of 6+ image layouts)? (Sorry for the close duplication of a comment I've left elsewhere on the blog, I'm just keen to sort his out - if you had better layouts that actually matched Apple, as you claim, I would give you a lot of business!) Read Less

  • carl

    November 19, 2018 at 4:45 am
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    Hi, I have edited my photos in Photos, but when I convert them into a mimeo project all the work on the pictures disappears. Using […] Read MoreHi, I have edited my photos in Photos, but when I convert them into a mimeo project all the work on the pictures disappears. Using mojave. What is the EXACT way to convert and print the books exactly as I have made the project in Photos? Read Less

    • Deborah Lalehzar
      to carl

      November 19, 2018 at 2:20 pm
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      Hi Carl! We offer two ways to convert your past Apple Photos projects. First, you may decide to click "convert" on your project to continue […] Read MoreHi Carl! We offer two ways to convert your past Apple Photos projects. First, you may decide to click "convert" on your project to continue working on it with Mimeo Photos. We also offer another option if your Apple project is already ready to print. You may use this link for more info on how to do so! https://import.mimeophotos.com/ Read Less

  • Melanie

    November 12, 2018 at 6:56 pm
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    Hi - I have a number of Apple photo book projects on the go which I need to convert and wish to finalise before Christmas...your […] Read MoreHi - I have a number of Apple photo book projects on the go which I need to convert and wish to finalise before Christmas...your article above says it is easy to do by opening the project and then pressing on the convert project button in the project menu however I have not convert project button...could you please point me in the right direction. Regards, Melanie https://www.mimeophotos.com/blog/replicate-apple-photobooks/ Read Less

    • Michele Hamparian
      to Melanie

      November 15, 2018 at 9:58 am
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      Hi, Melanie. If you use Mojave, you can convert your apple project to a mimeo project. However, if you are using High Sierra, you will […] Read MoreHi, Melanie. If you use Mojave, you can convert your apple project to a mimeo project. However, if you are using High Sierra, you will need to create a PDF of your project and drag to https://import.mimeophotos.com/ Read Less

  • nancy

    November 11, 2018 at 2:20 pm
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    Please make a clear explanation of how you can add more photos per page on many of the pages in a photo book. This was […] Read MorePlease make a clear explanation of how you can add more photos per page on many of the pages in a photo book. This was possible with the Apple photo book. For example, I may want four photos on ten pages, six photos on six pages and ten pictures on eight pages. I want to be able to select the number of photos for each page. This does not seem possible with Mimeo. Please explain how to accomplish this. Read Less

    • Michele Hamparian
      to nancy

      November 12, 2018 at 9:53 am
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      Hi, Nancy. It is possible to add more photos per page. If you select your page > press "Layout" > then press "Page". You will […] Read MoreHi, Nancy. It is possible to add more photos per page. If you select your page > press "Layout" > then press "Page". You will be able to select a layout with the option to add as many photos to a page as you want. Hope this helps! Read Less

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