Doesn't work We have this in our office. I iPhone users can print without issue but android users can't print.
Great if you use Fiery print servers The whole point of PrintMe is to be able to print from your phone to a Fiery driven copier. At that it works great. And no it isn't free (there is a license fee for the printer) but if you want quality software developed, you have to pay the programmers. If you are looking for an app to print at home, this isn't it.
Every good. I like it, it helps a great deal.
This is a joke
No Setup App comes up but no setup for printer. Waste of time.
Excellent for pdf and web As other reviewers have said, those giving this 1 star are not understanding the app. And the incoherence of some of the statements is weird and scary. Are you ok? This app, once installed properly on a PC, works really well. Not sure yet what it will cost after 45 days, but it is the only app that so far has printed out PDFs the way they look on the screen (and the way Acrobat shows them in Windows). Web pages come out nicely, too. However, I can't get it to print any DOC files. So for that I will use the $7 DirectOffice app, which prints them the way they look using a Windows version of Word. That's the Android world for you. But shelling out $7 for an app that works for most of your needs is still better that $30 for a Windows app that "scans your registry for errors", if you know what I mean. You paid anywhere from $200-$800 for your Android device, so you can't be that poor. Anyway, EFI and DO at least avoid that idiotic Google Cloud crap that prints everything out as if it went through a down-sampler to 150 dpi, like some fax. I mean, if Google were to get rid of that noise and really make GC do what everyone expects it to, we would all be just so happy.
What’s in version 2.4.0:
• Public device (always require credentials)
• Kitkat print support
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