Samsung Printing Solutions first launched Mobile Print in 2010. We were the first printing brand to release a native mobile printing function, and every year since then, we have been coming up with innovative and user-friendly solutions such as NFC tap-to-print and mobile scanning and faxing. And we’re glad to see that you, our users, are enjoying the solution.
“So nice to sit in the living room and not have to get up to hook up in order to print something”
“Great app. It is very convenient to work in the office.”
“How wonderful. I thought it would be difficult to use, but even I, a sixty-year-old, can use it.”
This year, we’re releasing an upgraded version of Mobile Print with extra features that make your mobile printing experience smarter and easier than ever before.
Original Mobile Print Functions
With the previous version of Mobile Print, users could print a wide variety of files such as images, e-mails, Office documents, Google Drive files, and documents stored under various cloud services. It also included MFP functions like scanning (both images and PDF) and faxing straight from the mobile device. In addition, with NFC-enabled tap-to-print and scan and compatibility with Android, iOS, Windows, and Kindle, the app’s functions were easily expandable.
New with Mobile Print 4.0
Selectable Contents Sources
The previous version’s “Print” menu included all available services, whether you used them or not. Now with Mobile Print 4.0’s service extension, you can install only your favorite services, keeping your menu neat and clutter-free. We’ve also added top three photo sharing services on this page: Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr*.
*Availability varies by OS
Welcome to the age of “snap and save,” in which we remember something by snapping a photo of it with our smartphone camera. It’s undeniably the easiest way to save information. So we added a camera scanning feature that automatically detects the edges and corners of the piece of paper you’re scanning and saves the photo as an image file.
With Mobile Print’s new Image Editor, you can make simple edits to an image before you print or fax it. Editing tools include enhancement, color adjustment, added effects, and other modifications such as crop and rotation. All of these editing tools were created with Samsung’s own technology, which means the edit is optimized for printing by Samsung printers. In essence, what you see in your Mobile Print app is what you get from your Samsung printer’s output tray.
So go ahead, download our latest tool in mobile printing. Give Mobile Print 4.0 a try, and tell us what you think.