PhotoPrint: Layout and Export Photos from iOS Device to AirPrint Printer

in Photo and Video (E)

[] Berlin, Germany - Palugu Software today is pleased to announce PhotoPrint 1.1 for iOS, their Photography app that allows users to select any number of photos from the Photo Library of their iOS device for wireless printing on any AirPrint compatible printer. Features include: scaling, cropping, rotating, multiple images per page, multiple pages, bordered or borderless, background color, and all standard photo paper sizes. Ideal for both professional and amateur photographers, the app eliminates the need to transfer photos to a computer before printing.

"Printing a 4 x 6 inch post card, with two different photos side by side, can be done in a matter of seconds with PhotoPrint," commented Simone Belfi, printing expert and partner at TouchingCode, developer of the app. "You can flip the printout around, write down the address and a note and send it off immediately."

According to Apple, "AirPrint-enabled applications can print to a printer that supports AirPrint—and you don't need to install a driver or configure the printer queue. Tap print, select your printer that supports AirPrint, and print."

The first step in printing with PhotoPrint is that the user selects the photo size and the number of photos to be printed on each sheet of paper. This is done by sliding the icons for size and number of photos into the frame in the middle of the screen. When the layout is OK, users can start adding photos. Tapping the green + or a space opens the device's built-in Photo Library. Up to ten photos may be selected at a time by tapping once to check, or tap again to uncheck. Once added to the print document, photos may be easily re-positioned, scaled, cropped, or rotated.

PhotoPrint uses Apple's AirPrint technology for printing. PhotoPrint prints wirelessly from the user's iOS device to any AirPrint printer. It works seamlessly and without any additional setup, connecting with all printers that are AirPrint-enabled.

Feature Highlights:
* Print one, two, three, or all of the photos in the iOS Photo Library
* Full control over the size of each photo printed
* Supports all common photo sizes
* Print 1, 2, 3 or 4 photos on one page
* Select any number of photos from any number of iOS Photo Albums
* Print multiple pages
* Scale photos
* Crop photos
* Rotate photos
* Set background color
* Send one page of photos by email and/or save as PDF

Photo Sizes:
* 9 x 13 cm, 3.5 x 5 in
* 10 x 15 cm, 4 x 6 in
* 13 x 18 cm, 5 x 7 in
* DIN A5
* DIN A4
* US Letter
* US Half Letter (Statement)
* EU Passport Photograph (3.5 x 4.5 cm, official size for Germany)
* US Passport Photograph (2 x 2 in)
* Bank card (5.4 x 8.4 cm, fits into the wallet)
* Wallet (6.4 x 8.4 cm, 2.5 x 3.25 in, slightly larger than the bank card format)

"The new PhotoPrint app eliminates the necessity of copying your photos from your mobile device to a computer before being able to print them in different sizes, scaled and cropped according to your preferences," stated Clemens Grossmann, CEO of Palugu Software.

Language Support:
* US English and German

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 3GS or 4, iPod touch 3rd Generation, iPad
* iOS 4.2 (with multitasking) or later
* 5.0 MB

Pricing and Availability:
PhotoPrint 1.1 is available at the special introductory price of $0.99 (USD) through the App Store in the Photography category. Review copies are available upon request.

Palugu Software, a German based App publisher and developer, distributes the PhotoPrint for TouchingCode. The companies have a strong partnership, and both have a solid background in printing software. Jointly, they have been developing multi-platform smartphone apps in Berlin, Germany, since 2009. Palugu was founded in the beginning of 2009, some months before TouchingCode. Although Palugu has developed and successfully marketed word puzzle apps for iPhone and iPad its main objective is to publish and promote apps, not develop them. Clemens Grossmann is founder and owner of Palugu. The software development company TouchingCode was founded and is owned by Simone Belfi, Clemens Grossmann and Detlef Rupp, all of whom have a strong background in printing software. Copyright (C) 2011 TouchingCode. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.