New IPrintApp For IPhone Is Out!

Posted: Apr 28 2009, 2:45pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:04pm CDT, in Apple


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The convenience revolution continues, with the new iPrintApp from Celstream Technologies. This new app promises to let iPhone users print documents on any Wifi capable printer with just a few clicks of the touchpad. This new application lets users bypass the client and interface directly with the printer. The whole process is totally wireless and is billed as very easy to use.

This app will be especially convenient for students or businesspeople who need to print documents on-the-go. All you'll have to do is drop by a nearby print store and send documents straight from your phone to their wireless printer. The app costs just $1.99, which is a bargain if it can deal away with the need to carry around USB drives or data CDs.

iPrintApp is one of those rare apps that captures exactly the sort of thing that makes having a smartphone so very useful. It's a simple, easy-to-use program that eliminates a significant amount of hassle from the user's daily life. As long as you can remember to upload your documents to Googledocs or an equivalent before going out, you'll never be caught high and dry without your resume or term paper.

Celstream's new app has a lot of useful features. It can print up to twelve pages at a time, with multiple pictures on each page. If a user receives a call while setting up a print job, the app automatically saves the job so that you can return to it after taking your call. The iPrintApp is compatible with OS X, and it's available now at the Apple App Store.

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