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Apple iPad • If you have an iPad and a relatively new printer, you may be in luck. Apple AirPrint allows Apple devices and compatible printers to work seamlessly together, so long as they’re on the same Wi-Fi network. (You can see if your printer is AirPrint-compatible by checking the extensive list on Apple’s AirPrint support website.) • All you have to do is tap the Share or Settings icon in compatible apps, select the printer, choose the number of copies, and then tap print. Some printers may offer additional options; as you can see from the screenshot our Canon printer can print double-sided and in just black and white.
You’re not out of luck if you don’t have an AirPrint printer, as there are other options. • Print n Share Pro:- This app aims to be almost the only one you will ever need because the features go far beyond the ability to print from your tablet. It also acts as a document manager and reader (similar in some ways to GoodReader), a file transfer utility (to make it easier to copy files to your iPad from your computer without a cable), and an email app.
Android Tablets • Google also has worked hard to make it easy to use a wide array of printers with Android tablets. The basic software is even built into recent versions of Android OS. • All that’s necessary to install the additional driver software is go to Settings > Printing > Add service, and choose the manufacturer of your printer (Brother, HP, etc.) For example, those who have a Canon Pixma would select Canon Print Service, then tap the Install button. Thereafter, choosing the Print option in any application will open a window with the standard printer settings: paper size, page range, etc.
PrinterShare Print Service Free for up to 20 pages, PrinterShare Premium Key purchase required • Prints PDFs, Microsoft Office documents, email attachments and PDFs, web pages, and documents from the tablet as well as cloud storage services like Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box. PrinterShare includes ads and allows you to print pages on nearby network printers or via Google Cloud Print, or up to 20 pages remotely over the Internet. PrinterShare Premium Key costs $9.95, and it allows unlimited remote printing and removes the free version’s advertisements.
Windows Tablet • Those with a Windows tablet have two main printing options. The first is simply to connect your device to the printer with a USB cable and print away. If that’s a little too old school for you, models like the Microsoft Surface Pro series also work with compatible wireless printers on the same network. • Install the printer under Windows 10 by sweeping in from the right of the screen, and going to All settings > Devices > Add a printer, tap on your printer when its name appears, then hit The Add device button. To print, tap on the three small dots at the upper right side of the screen, choose Print, select your printer, choose your desired options, and then tap Print at the bottom of the window.
DC Envelope Printer • If you need to print envelopes, this is the app for you. The basic app simply prints envelopes, but if you want to unlock the full power of the app, including mailing lists, and adding company logos to envelopes, you’ll need to unlock those premium features with in-app purchases.