For those of you who’re using Android handset as your”working” phone, enable “Air Printing” mode might be a good move to increase your productivity. Unfortunately, unlike iOS, Android doesn’t come out with default wireless printing mode. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do it guys. Thanks to PrinterShare app made by Mobile Dinamix, you print a document right from your android smartphone!
PrinterShare app is also known as Printer Anywhere. It has two different mode: Nearby and Remote. In nearby mode, you can use WiFi or Bluetooth connectivity to print your document via wireless printer. Off course you’re gonna need a compatible printer to perform this operation. PrinterShare allow you to print 20 pages for free. If you already pass the limit, you need to buy the full version of the app for $5.
On the other hand, Remote mode is very useful for those of you who’re working in an office without wireless printer. PrinterShare will try to “contact” your computer via smartphone and tell it to print a specific document that you want. Since this operation is done by peer to peer connection between PC and Android smartphone, wireless printer is not required.
Here’s a quick instruction on how to print document using Android phone via PrinterShare.
1. Download PrinterShare for computer. Connect your Android handset to the computer and run the installer. The app will try to recognize your Android handset and learn to enable printer mode that compatible with it
2. Launch PrinterShare app on your Android. You need to turn on your computer, WiFi mode, and printer before you do that
3. In the app interface, you should tap on an icon that represent what kind of file that you want to print
4. PrinterShare will ask you to navigate specific file name that you want to print. Just scroll until you find what you’re looking for and tap on the print button
Well, that is all i can tell you right now guys. If you want to learn more about PrintShare app, you better write down your question on the comment box below. I will be happy to provide you with more guide and tips for Android printing in the near future.tags: air, Android, app, Document, printing, wireless