Print from your iDevice to ANY PRINTER with Print n Share

0 Print from your iDevice to ANY PRINTER with Print n ShareIn this episode of Tech Time with mikebed96, I demonstrate the Print n Share app, available for $8.99 on the Apple App Store. This app allows you to print from your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to ANY printer, even USB printers! (In order to print to USB printers, you must download the free WePrint program onto your computer.)

Even though AirPrint is coming sometime this month with the release of iOS 4.2.1, you must have an AirPrint compatible printer or a Mac with AirPrint capabilities. If you don’t have either of these, then Print n Share is a GREAT app! You can print just about any document your device can view, any email, any webpage, and any image. It can also print out a page with a contacts information on it taken right from your Contacts app.

(Please note, the documents usually do not take as long to print as they did in this video. I believe that my WiFi router was being used in other parts of the house and was slowed down a lot. In past experiences, the files usually print really fast, even when going through the WePrint program on the computer.)

You can print to Wi-Fi printers, Bluetooth printers, networked printers, and USB printers*.

*Must have the free WePrint program on computer to print to a USB printer.

If you haven’t seen my iOS 4.2.1 sneak preview, watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kh4Pg7s72q8

iPad Users: Here is a video showing some features iPhone and iPod touch users received in iOS 4.0, but iPads did not. My iOS 4.2.1 video only shows features new to iPhone and iPod touch. Here are some other features iPads will get: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-KcwYKeoNs

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Upcoming video… Documents To Go review! Documents to Go is a cheaper alternative to Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps. The entire iWork suite is $30.00!! To get a version of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote can cost only $15.00 with Documents To Go. Also, Documents To Go supports Microsoft Office, both older versions and the newer versions, while Apple’s apps only support their fellow Mac programs. If you try to export to Microsoft Office, you loose all formatting. STAY TUNED FOR THE RELEASE OF THE REVIEW AND DEMONSTRATION!

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7 thoughts on “Print from your iDevice to ANY PRINTER with Print n Share

  1. Go your self …
    Go your self you Jew you sound like a hole with no dick

  2. Good video! stating …
    Good video! stating all the things we need to know to use this app, which is AWSOME!!, i dont have an air print compatable printer, and now i dont have to!, thnx for an informative video :)

  3. @alexeshafer Just …
    @alexeshafer Just about any bluetooth printer should work. You don’t need Print n Share to use a bluetooth printer; just connect the printer to your device via the Bluetooth settings in the Settings app. Make sure you have iOS 4.2.1, the latest firmware, to have printing support. The printer should work fine then.

  4. I need to print …
    I need to print directly from my Ipad to a bluetooth printer without being in a WIFI environement. I think Print n Share enables me to do that. Can you recommend a bluetooth printer that works well with the Ipad?

  5. ShakeNbake1523: LOL! Who are you talking to? The owner of the website? Another commentator? Despite the fact that it reads like you forgot to take your medication, I am compelled to ask… What exactly is “a hole with no dick?” Is that like the space inside a bucket, but without the bucket? Or by “hole” do you mean vagina? Thus insinuating that the person you’re insulting is a single woman without a male companion? Regardless, I’d love to know what either one would “sound like.” And what’s up with the “Jew” comment? Are you invoking the cultural stereotype of someone who is overly thrifty with their money? If so, how does that fit with your “hole with no dick” simile? I’m like a cup overflowing with curiosity, but without the cup.

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