How To Print From Your iOS Device Right Now

How To Print From Your iOS Device Right Now

Apple’s iOS 4.2 update doesn’t hit the virtual shelves until sometime in November, leaving you without wireless printing for at at least another month. Here’s how you can print from your iOS device right now, no cables attached.

If you’ve been aching for wireless printing from your iOS device, you’re probably already aware of printing apps like Print Central, Print, Print Bureau and the like. They work with your computer to enabling printing of various documents. While these are all completely legitimate options, they’re pretty obvious and easy to figure out on your own. Instead, let’s take a look at other ways you can print from your iOS device.


firmware update for Pogoplug that enables printing for any connected device — including iPads, iPhones and iPod TouchesPogoplug

Air Sharing

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Getting in on the Beta

here’s how to find it


  • I’d just like to point out that the ‘reflection’ in the main image for the article is completely reversed. The HP logo and button panel have swapped sides completely.

    Aside from that, you can faintly see the top side of the ipad on the underside. I’m fairly sure this isn’t what photoshop is intended for.

  • 3 printers? Which three printers are supported by iOS 4.2?? I have upgraded my iPad and the Mac to enable printing, I have a HP P1005, it works like a charm. In fact my printing system had broken down and I was unable to print till now when I upgraded to Mac OSX 10.6.5 where the CUPS interface and system was updated and it works beautifully…

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