The 10 best iPhone apps for printing

The App Store's best offerings for printing documents, photos and contacts from your iPhone

6. Print Magic



Price: $8.99
Prints: Contents of clipboard (supports images, text and Web pages)
What’s Hot: Mostly automated, can print any clipboard content
What’s Not: Expensive for a single-purpose app, only supports IPP-enabled printers, no quality options

Print Magic prints photos as well as any clipboard content, including text, images and Web pages. It’s fairly easy to use, too, thanks to automatic printer recognition and the ability to change output size. Unfortunately, the current version only recognises IPP-enabled printers. This means it is more likely to recognise networked laser printers rather than wireless home multifunctions. Developer Wellala is expanding printer support in future versions, but until then it's best to hold onto your cash.

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  • Spencer

    Print hub has zero user documentation

  • Lucy

    Surprised that print n share is not on the list! ;)

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