The 10 best iPhone apps for printing

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

8. HP iPrint



Price: Free
Prints: Photos from camera and albums
What’s Hot: Image size and paper source options, supports most HP printers
What’s Not: Only prints one photo at a time, no quality settings

HP’s iPrint works like Canon’s iPhoto app, but supports most networked HP printers, as well as any HP printers shared over an Apple Airport Extreme or Airport Express via USB. It even provides image and paper size options, though it can only print one photo at a time.

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  • Lucy

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

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    I was just wondering is the lexprint app the best printing app or just one of the best?

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    Jared

    You missed my personal favorite! Print Hub, which supports every filetype I've tried, has the option to connect to Dropbox, lets me edit photos before printing and best of all, it's only $0.99!

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/print-hub/id612603224?mt=8

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