PrinterShare Premium - Printing documents, photos
iOS Universal Productivity
With PrinterShareTM you can print photos, contacts, and web pages. Many other apps, including Mail, Safari and Notes, allow you to copy something and then paste it into PrinterShare for printing.
Using paid PrinterShare app you can print the following content:
- Photos and images;
- Web pages, emails and attachments;
- Content copied to clipboard (using Paste to Print);
- Content shared from other apps using the Action button.
You can print via:
- Wi-Fi (using a Wi-Fi Direct printer or using a Wi-Fi router as a middleman);
- Bluetooth (only on supported Apple MFi certified printers);
- PC or Mac (if your printer is shared using PrinterShare Console desktop client or standard tools of your computer's OS);
- Google Cloud Print;
Printing on Nearby wireless printers
Most of the Wi-Fi printers are detected automatically. PrinterShare can print on such printers directly in case they are supported by the app.
Here is the list of printers supported by PrinterShare app:
If your printer is not among supported, you can print as well using the PrinterShare Console desktop app. As long as your printer available from a Windows or Mac computer, you can print via the Console. To use it, download the PrinterShare Console software on that computer from www.printershare.com .
PrinterShare app installed on your mobile device will find printers shared via the Console automatically. However, please note that your printer should be connected to the same Wi-Fi network to which your mobile device is connected.
Remote printing via the Internet
Also, you can print on printers located anywhere in the world via the Internet. This will require the same Console software installed on the computer at the receiving end, and a PrinterShare Console account registered. Printing from the PrinterShare Premium remotely using the PrinterShare Console does not require any additional payments.
Please visit www. printershare.com for more information on printing with PrinterShare app
Recently we’ve faced an issue with Google Cloud Print authorization, which could prevent our users from accessing their cloud printers.
Today we are delighted to tell that we have rewritten the code responsible for Google Cloud Print feature from scratch to make this service available again.
In addition we’ve updated the Facebook SDK. This won’t affect your user experience, but it is still worth mentioning :)