Readdle’s Printer Pro adds printing functions to your iPad right here, right now.

22 Oct


October 15, Readdle releases Printer Pro, new iOS application that adds highly anticipated printing capability to the iPad. Printer Pro lets iPad owners print email attachments, documents, web pages, photos and other types of content from their devices. It can print directly to many Wi-Fi printers and to any printer attached to the Mac or PC via helper application that runs on the computer.

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Once installed, Printer Pro appears in the “Open In…” list on the iPad. This allows people to print documents from Mail, Safari, Dropbox, ReaddleDocs and many other applications on the iPad that support this function.

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At the same time, “Open In…” approach makes it possible to print files from many popular online storages: Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk, GoogleDocs. It takes only several taps to download the file via free Dropbox, iDisk or Google Docs application and send it to printer.

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“Printer Pro lets you print right now, month before the release of iOS 4.2 update. It supports a wide range of document formats, integrates with other applications and core iPad services like clipboard, address book and photo library,” says Igor Zhadanov, Readdle CEO. “The most important, Printer Pro is designed to work alongside Air Print unleashing full power of this wonderful technology.”

Printer Pro Desktop is a free complementary application that runs on users computers. It shares computer’s default printer with Printer Pro thus extending list of the supporting printers to virtually any device available on the market.

Pricing and Availability:

Printer Pro is available on the Apple App Store at $6.99.

Printer Pro Desktop is a free download from Readdle web site.


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