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Phones and tablets are gaining more desktop-like features all the time. Not only can you use a device that slides into your pocket to make phone calls, snap photos, and surf the web, but you can also use it to edit office documents, manage your finances, and much more. There are even ways to make Android apps run in windows as if they were desktop apps.

But there’s one thing that’s still rather complicated to do with an Android device: send content to a printer.

A group of companies (that happen to sell printers) wants to change that.


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4 replies on “Lilbits (9-24-2013): Making it easier to print from your phone”

  1. The free HP ePrint application works great for me in lieu of something built into Android.

  2. What the heck? I was looking forward to an app or something new, what is this article about?

  3. I own a dell printer that supports mobile printing via an app.
    Very convenient!

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