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Top 7 Mobile Printing Apps for Android

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

There seems to be no stopping the buzz over Android phones. For an instant, nearly everyone wants to have their own Android and enjoy running exciting applications in an impressively fast operating system. If you own an Adroid phone, you can probably say that it is the most important gadget in your life right now. It comes with you wherever you go and you can practically do almost everything with it, such as play games, connect with friends, and even print photos without transferring files to the computer.

With the many different Android apps available nowadays, mobile printing app is one of the most popular among Android users. After all, wouldn’t it be such a treat to be able to print directly from your phone, sans the cables and MicroSD cards? Read on and see which of the Android printing apps below will better suit your needs.

HP ePrint Home & Biz – this printing app is one of the top favorites among Android users. It is simple and fun to use, and it is really made for Android, iOS, and Symbian operating systems. HP ePrint Home & Biz is available free from Android market and it gives you the power to control your print job settings, preview your files before printing, and monitor print job status. And the biggest catch is you can wirelessly print Microsoft® Office documents, web pages, PDF, photos, email attachments, and text from your Android device.

Epson iPrint – this printing app has received a near perfect rating among its users. It lets you print, scan, and share files directly from your Android device. You can print photos, PDF files, and webpages, plus it supports online file services, such as Box, Dropbox, Evernote® and Google Docs. It is easy to use and features dedicated buttons for photo printing, online storage, webpage printing and image scanning.

Samsung MobilePrint – this is a free printing app for people who own Samsung wirelessly networked printer and a Samsung Android phone. Samsung MobilePrint allows you to print photos and document files in different formats, such as .doc(x); .pdf; .txt; .hwp; .jpg; Google Docs; Facebook; and Twitter directly from your Android device. You can also scan photos in JPG, PNG, and PDF. Furthermore, Android users can upload scanned content to mail accounts, SNS and other applications.

Xerox PrintBack – this printing app allows printing of Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, and photos from your Android-based tablet or smartphone to the default printer on your Mac or Windows PC. It is easy to use and it supports several online services, such as Dropbox or an email provider. Given that, you will need to set up a Dropbox or email account to use for storing and printing documents and set up the Xerox PrintBack app.

Brother iPrint &Scan – this is a free printing application that enables you to print photos, documents, webpages, and email directly from your Android device. It features easy-to-use menu, simple printing procedures, and scan and save capabilities. Brother iPrint&Scan can also automatically search for supported devices on a local wireless network with no driver set up required. When you scan an image, you just have to select the size you want and the result will be sent to your Android phone or tablet. If you own a Brother printer, this printing app is a great way to print from your Android.

Canon Easy-Photo Print – this printing app allows you to conveniently print your photos and scan from your Android device with a compatible PIXMA multifunction printer via a local wireless network. It enables you to select multiple images from the Photo Albums in your Android device and print up to 39 copies – with borders or border-free. You can also scan from a compatible multifunction printer and save the data to your Android devices as a PDF or JPG.

Lexmark Mobile Printing – this printing app provides a simple and convenient way to print email, photos, web pages, and documents. It lets you view print jobs you have sent to the queue and delete unwanted jobs. You can print PDF documents and image files. When you are ready to print from your Android, simply use the send or share function, choose Lexmark Mobile Printing, and select the number of copies you want to produce.

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