Print Utility for iPad - View, print and share documents on your iPad. Print Utility is easiest way for you to store files, read documents and print anything your want, including email attachments, right from the iPad.
You can easily copy documents to Print Utility over USB using iTunes File Sharing. Also, once installed Print Utility appears in the "Open In..." list for many popular file types. Thus you can print attachments from Mail, documents opened with Safari and even official Dropbox and MobileMe iDisk applications.
You can also manipulate the document in Print Utility: view information, send by e-mail or delete it if necessary.
Print Utility allows you to transfer stored documents to Pages, Numbers and Keynote for editing. PDF files could be opened in iBooks for expanded reading experience.
Print Utility lets you print to any printer that supports AirPrint technology. Please see instructions within application or on our site dar-soft.com.
With Print Utility you can read, print and share:
• Pages, Numbers and Keynote documents
• Adobe PDF files
• Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents
• Photos and Pictures
You can print also:
• Email attachments
• Documents from official Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk and other cloud storage applications
• Information from Clipboard
• Files from many other applications
What's New in This Release:
· improved printing engine
· performance and stability improved
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
Supported operating systems:
Apple iOS 5.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 5.0 (iPhone), Apple iOS 5.0 (iPod Touch), Apple iOS 6.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 6.0 (iPhone), Apple iOS 6.0 (iPod Touch), Apple iOS 7.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 7.0 (iPhone), Apple iOS 7.0 (iPod Touch), Apple iOS 8.x (iPad), Apple iOS 8.x (iPhone), Apple iOS 8.x (iPod Touch), Apple iOS 9.x (iPad), Apple iOS 9.x (iPhone), Apple iOS 9.x (iPod Touch)
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