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How to share and print Notes on iPhone and iPad

The built-in Notes app makes it easy to take down quick notes, memos, thoughts, or any other bits of text you want to keep handy on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. It also makes it easy to share those notes, memos, thoughts, and other bits of text with your friends, family, and colleagues via AirDrop, Messages, Mail, or even print it out and hand it to them with AirPrint.

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How to print photos with AirPrint from your iPhone or iPad

The Photos app lets you to almost anything with the pictures you have stored on your iPhone, including printing them with the built-in AirPrint service to any compatible printer on the same Wi-Fi network. AirPrint is a simple, direct way to make hard copies of your memories without ever having to transfer anything to your computer first. All right from the Share Sheet, and all with just a few taps!

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Office apps for iPad get support for AirPrint

Microsoft's suite of Office apps for the iPad have been updated with support for AirPrint. Now users can take their favorite documents, spreadsheets, and presentations and fling them through the Wi-Fi ether to a compatible printer. The updates have hit the App Store for Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.

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How to make any printer work with AirPrint on the Mac

AirPrint is a great feature that lets the iPhone or iPad print to any compatible printer right over Wi-Fi, no awkward cables or frustrating drivers required. Unfortunately, not every printer is AirPlay compatible, especially older printers. So what can you do? Easy, just get a copy of Ecamm's Printopia and start using any printer as an AirPrint printer!

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Where's Print to PDF on iPhone and iPad?

When Apple introduced AirPrint to iOS, they made it incredibly easy to send files right from your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad to any compatible Wi-Fi printer in the vicinity. Unfortunately, what Apple didn't do was bring Print to PDF (Export as PDF) along for the ride. At least, not yet...

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David Gelphman talks PDF, CUPS, Core Graphics, and AirPrint at Apple

David Gelphman, former graphics and imaging engineer at Apple, talks to Guy and Rene about writing the book on Core Graphics, developing AirPrint, and discovers Montreal has bagels (Part 2 of 2).

Here's the audio, again, in case you missed it. And now, for the first time, here's the full transcript!

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Debug 16.1: David Gelphman on Apple, Core Graphics, and AirPrint

David Gelphman, former graphics and imaging engineer at Apple, talks to Guy and Rene about writing the book on Core Graphics, developing AirPrint, and discovers Montreal has bagels (Part 2 of 2).

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AirPrint for everyone goes corporate with Printopia Pro

Ecamm Software's Printopia is an excellent utility for Mac users who want to be able to print from iOS devices but don't want to invest in an AirPrint-compatible printer. The utility installs on the Mac and enables any printer connected to that Mac (either physically or over the network) to appear as an AirPrint-compatible device on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Now Ecamm has announced Printopia Pro, a version of the software designed for corporate use.

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Foldify lets you craft folded paper art... right from your iPad

If you own a printer, Foldify will make it fun again. If you don't own a printer, Foldify will make you seriously consider rushing out to get one. The reason for that is Foldify's ability to project itself from the iPad, where the app runs, to the real world, where the app's results live. The idea is remarkable simply -- draw one pre-defined templates, then print them out, fold them up, and enjoy real, touchable, arrangeable models of what you made. The execution is even more remarkable, because the developers managed to keep the app as simple as the idea, and that's no easy feat.

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Foldify teases awesome 3D paper art created right from your iPad

Foldify is an upcoming iPad app that will let you create amazing 3D paper art right from your iPhone. Pick a form, paint it to your liking, AirPrint to suitable paper/card, fold it, and then the real fun begins.

But why am I telling you all this? Just watch the teaser video, smile, and wait for the launch.

(Or if you're really geeky, and want something to read in the meantime, check out this blog post on merowing by developer Krzysztof Zabłocki on how the line drawings were smoothed with cocos2d.)

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