Second Wireless iPhone Printing App Debuts

Following the release of HP's iPrint Photo application, which allows printing from the iPhone to capable HP printers, River Past Corporation has released another wireless printing application with one key advantage: the ability to direct output to printer

Following the release of HP's iPrint Photo application, which allows printing from the iPhone to capable HP printers, River Past Corporation has released another wireless printing application with one key advantage: the ability to direct output to printers from any manufacturer.

The new iPhone app, dubbed Air Photo, requires a server to be installed on a host Windows or Mac OS X system. That means it's not a direct-to-device solution like HP's offering. The software's description reads:

"Set up the printer only once on your computer, then simply tap "Print" with Air Photo app on iPhone."

The app includes settings on the server for cropping/white space control, persistent printer settings and automatic portrait/landscape adjustment.

Air Photo is priced at $1 for a limited time.

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