iPhone/iPod touch only: Ever with you could print a picture from your iPhone without going through the hassle of syncing, locating, and printing the picture? Air Photo wirelessly prints any photo from your iPhone with two taps. The application works in conjunction with an Air Photo Server app that runs on your Windows or Mac PC. Assuming the server is running on your desktop, printing a picture from your iPhone is dead simple: Just launch Air Photo from your home screen, pick the picture you want to print from your camera roll or other albums, then simply hit Print. Air Photo takes care of the rest. Naturally, the iPod touch doesn't actually take any pictures of its own, but Air Photo is still capable of printing any pics you've synced to your Photos. It may not be something you'll use every day, but it's a really cool little trick—essentially bringing PictBridge-like functionality to the iPhone. The Air Photo Server is a free download for Windows and Mac OS X; the Air Photo iPhone app will set you back $US1.99 from the iTunes Store. If you're an HP inkjet user, check out HP iPrint Photo, a free iPhone app with the same goal that only supports HP printers.