Epson has made available an application to let iPhone or iPod touch users print photos from their device directly to many of Epson's Ethernet and Wi-Fi enabled printers.
Available as a free download from Apple's App Store, the iPrint tool supports most of Epson's network-enabled printers, including the Epson Stylus Photo and Epson Stylus Office range, the company said.
"Epson is providing users with a convenient way to print high-quality photos directly to their Epson printer. The Epson iPrint app gives iPhone and iPod touch users greater flexibility by allowing them to print on a variety of photo paper sizes and A4 paper," said Epson's senior product manager for consumer inkjets, Kevin Toes.
The full compatibility list includes the Epson Stylus Photo models PX800FW, PX700FW, PX810FW and PX710FW; Epson Stylus Office models BX600FW, BX310FN and BX610FW; plus Epson Stylus models SX600FW, SX610FW, SX515W and SX510W.
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