PrintCentral 1.5 released for iPad, iPhone

Summary:Developer EuroSmartz on Thursday released a major update to PrintCentral, the company's printing utility for iPads and iPhone/iPod Touch. Version 1.5 better supports Wifi printing and lets users print DropBox documents. In addition, the company offered software to support USB printers.

Developer EuroSmartz on Thursday released a major update to PrintCentral, the company's printing utility for iPads and iPhone/iPod Touch. Version 1.5 better supports Wifi printing and lets users print DropBox documents. In addition, the company offered software to support USB printers.

By the time the computer reached the 21st Century there was supposed to be no paper. And certainly not for wireless Internet devices such as the iPad and iPhone. However, the real world decides "different," as we say in the Apple community.

WiFi Direct PrintCentral v1.5 also contains leading advancements in the way iPad & iPhone users can print directly to WiFi printers. This major leap in functionality means that a device owner can either be part of, or join a WiFi network and they will see all of the printers available along with the capabilities and quality of each printer. This is ideal for any environment including home or office printing, but it also means that customers who are traveling on business can now easily use Hotel or internet cafes for printing without additional setup.

No WiFi - No problem With all these new features customers with Bluetooth and USB printers are not forgotten, they can still use their printers via the free print server software that is loaded onto their computer. Also iPad & iPhone owners that do not have access to corporate WiFi networks can use the 3G printing capability and still be able to print at their offices.

The app costs $9.99 and Version 1.5 is a free upgrade to owners of previous versions.

Topics: Data Management, Banking, Enterprise Software, Hardware, iPad, iPhone, Mobility, Networking, Printers, Software, Wi-Fi

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David Morgenstern has covered the Mac market and other technology segments for 20 years. In the recent past, he founded Ziff-Davis' Storage Supersite, served as news editor for Ziff Davis Internet and held several executive editorial positions at eWEEK. In the 1990s, David was editor of Ziff Davis' award-winning MacWEEK news publication a... Full Bio

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