iPhone has become a very popular icon of our generation. When you look around, teenagers and professionals alike are using the device not only to get in touch with friends and family, but also to listen to music, read news, play games, send emails, or print important files. As the iPhone’s popularity continue to rise, so do the number of various apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. If you’re like everyone else who stores aplenty of information in your iPhone, you’ll need access to a nice apple printing app that will let you print photos and documents directly from your mobile device. Take a look at the listed mobile printing applications below and choose which one matches your printing criteria.
HP ePrint Service – this HP printing app allows you to print within your enterprise network via an HP Managed Print Services engagement. It also lets you download ePrint Mobile Print Locations worldwide, including FedEx Office® and Hilton Worldwide. The app supports most commonly used file types, such as Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Adobe PDFs, image files, HTML files, text and rich text files, and XPS documents. So, whether you need to print photos, emails, presentations, or reports, you can conveniently do so from your iPhone.
Epson iPrint – this printing app supports iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4. It lets you print anytime to a nearby wireless Epson printer from your iPhone. You can print photos, webpages, Microsoft® Word, Excel spreadhseet, PowerPoint presentations, PDF documents, and email attachments. This app also allows you to access and print stored files from Box, Dropbox and Evernote. Moreover, the app enables you to scan and save or send your files via e-mail without any hassle.
Samsung Mobile Print – this printing app is designed to let iPhone users print to and scan from a Samsung printer or multifunction. It does not require any driver installation to get started. Simply download the app (free) from the Apple iTunes App Store and you’ll be enjoying your printouts in no time. Aside from printing photos, webpages, and documents, the app also lets you scan a document directly to your iPhone as PDF, JPG, PNG formats.
Xerox PrintBack – this printing app gives you the exciting opportunity to print Microsoft Office documents, Apple iWork documents, PDF documents, photos and more from your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad to the default printer on your Mac or Windows PC. It is easy to set up in your device and simple to use, plus it supports a number of online services, such as Dropbox, for transmitting the printed document from your iPhone to your computer.
Brother iPrint &Scan – if you have a Brother printer and wants to print directly from an iPhone, Brother iPrint&Scan is what you need. It is a free application that allows you to print from and scan to your device. It has easy to use menu, so you can print photos, documents, and webpages without the hassle. You can use iTunes File Sharing to send compatible files, such as PDF, Text, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF to iPrint & Scan for convenient printing at a later time. If you need to scan an image, you can save the file to your photo album or iCloud or send them in an e-mail. It’s a convenient printing app that does not require driver set up or computer.
Canon Easy-Photo Print – one of the most attractive features of this printing app is its ability to let you print photos with and without borders. It can automatically find printers on a wireless network and it features scanning capability from a compatible multifunction printer and save the data to your iPhone. You can print PDF file, photos and other supported documents directly from your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
Lexmark Mobile Printing – this app is perfect for iPhone users with a Lexmark printer. It lets you print photos directly from your mobile in different formats, such as PDF, JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, and TIFF. When you are ready to print, you just need to share the file with the Lexmark Mobile Printing app. It is very convenient to set up to your device and you can even set the number of copies, duplex, and number of pages per side for each print job.