5 Best iPad Printing Apps2
The iPad is not only a great entertainment device, it’s a wonderful e-book reader and can be used to get business done at home/office or on the go. Of course, your device wouldn’t be any good if it did not allow you to print your documents. Printing from an iPad may sound complicated on the surface, but you don’t have to worry about the technical side of things if you install the right app on your iPad.
There are plenty of iPad printing apps around. I would not recommend all of them. Some are very complicated to use while a few others fail to deliver what they promise. But these 5 printing applications give you a nice balance of features and convenience:
PrintBureau: a super printing app for iPad. It has everyone one would need to print almost anything from an iPad. It can help you manage your files too.
Print n Share: enables you to view, store & print email, documents, files, attachments, photos, contacts and web pages on your iPad. It can even help you mount your iPad as a network disk.
ePrint for iPad: another powerful printing application for iPad that has a lot of formats, so it’s very versatile in that regard. It’s pretty affordable too.
Print Magic HD: print images, text, and even web pages directly from your iPad with no need for any additional software. It can almost print anything, including maps. Pretty impressive.
Print Shop: a bit different from above apps. This one lets you create business documents (including letters, post cards, and …). You can then print them to PDF or e-mail your work to others.
What’s your favorite printing app for iPad?
Great round up! Thanks for doing it. It'd be good if you could ad the prices and the web links to the app developer home pages. (The links take one to Apple and launch iTunes.)
What I'm having a hard time figuring out–and none of the reviews I've seen explain this–is how one would print from Pages using this!
Thanks for your suggestion. The reason we don't link to developers directly is because of the prank a few pulled on us a while back (dropping their URLs and we ended up linking to a link farm) 🙂 The prices change all the time, making these lists very hard to manage. But that's something we should be able to manage.
PrintBureau is my absolute favorite. I usually print things by copying them over from other apps. I have not tested it with pages, but does this article help? http://www.macworld.com/appguide/article.html?art…