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TruPrint for iOS supports many more printers than AirPrint, only works on jailbroken devices

Sure, iOS 4.2 and newer versions have AirPrint -- which lets you print from your iDevice to any of the supported printers. However, if you don't own one of the select few models, you're pretty much left without any workable printing support in iOS. That's where TruPrint comes in - if you've decided to step into the dark side and jailbreak your iDevice, that is. TruPrint supports many more...

AirPrint Activator for Windows lets you print from iOS on Windows

We've seen several offerings for Mac-based AirPrint support for non-AirPrint blessed printers, but now it's time for iOS Windows users to get in on the wireless printing action. AirPrint activator is a simple one-click solution, which installs a small AirPrint.exe utility enabling iOS 4.2.1 to print to any shared printer connected to your Windows PC. The free program supports both 32bit and 64bit...

iOS 4.2.1 out today, brings multitasking to iPad

Let the iTunes-powered updating begin: iOS 4.2.1 is here, and ready to install on your Apple device. If you own an iPhone 3, 3GS, 4, iPod touch 2nd gen or newer, or an iPad, you're good to go. Among the big additions to iOS this time around: multitasking and app folder support for the iPad. There's also AirPlay and AirPrint for even more cord-free computing action on your handheld and Game Center...

AirPrint on Mac OS X with Printopia and FingerPrint

With Apple pulling AirPrint support just before the release of Mac OS 10.6.5, an opportunity has opened up for developers to one-up Apple with third-party tools that can share your printers over Wi-Fi for your iOS 4.2 devices. Our Apple-crazed brothers and sisters over at TUAW have put two offerings, Printopia and FingerPrint, through their paces. They found that both products essentially...

AirPrint Hacktivator for OS X -- Enable AirPrint on Mac OS 10.6.5 with one click

While you can enable AirPrint on OS X manually by copying files from one of the pre-release builds of 10.6.5, there's now an easier and faster way to do it -- AirPrint Hacktivator. A quick and easy way to activate AirPrint without having to hunt down, backup, and replace the three files required manually -- the simple tool requires just one click to 'Hacktivate' and importantly, 'De Hacktivate'...

Get AirPrint for Mac OS X working on 10.6.5

AirPrint, Apple's new printing service for iDevices, should be available now for anyone running the golden master of iOS 4.2 on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Supposedly brought into OS X by the recent 10.6.5 pre-release builds, but pulled at the last-minute, AirPrint has been a bit problematic for some. Thankfully, developer Steven Troughton-Smith has come up with a guide to getting it to...