The developer--maker of other well-known apps such as PDF Expert, Book Reader and Readdle Docs--launched its printing app on Friday, weeks ahead of the iOS 4.2 launch that will bring the AirPrint wireless printing system to the iPad. Like AirPrint, Printer Pro will print a variety of documents directly to Wi-Fi-enabled printers or to printers shared via a Mac or a PC. The new app will enable iPad users to print photos, e-mail, clipboard items and documents hosted by Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk, GoogleDocs and other applications.
Getting a head start on AirPrint will come with a cost, however. While that feature will come free with the iOS 4.2 update, Printer Pro costs $7 to purchase.
The app is compatible with iPads running iOS 3.2 or later.
This story, "PrinterPro Offers Early IPad Printing Capabilities" was originally published by Macworld.