The 10 best iPhone apps for printing

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

2. Print



Cost: $5.99
Prints: Contacts, Web pages and photos from camera or albums
What’s Hot: Size, copy and paper tray options; Wi-Fi print server for multiple e-mail and iPhone users
What’s Not: Doesn’t print documents or clipboard content

The name reflects the simplicity of the app itself. To use Print (or its more versatile counterpart Print n Share), you will need to install the WePrint server on a Mac or PC — this enables any iPhone user on the same Wi-Fi network to join and select from available printers. You’ll also be able to print over a 3G connection by setting up a proxy server. Set up is simple and the server can be protected by passwords to prevent random printouts from unknown users.

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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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