While it’s great to have a million digital pictures, sometimes it’s nice to have an honest-to-god photograph. You might want to put it in a frame or give it to someone as a keepsake. Or maybe you just want to remind someone about that digital evidence you’re hanging onto. Really, hardcopy comes in handy.
But how can you be expected to wait around for a million years while your iPhone syncs the aforementioned million pictures to your computer? And who doesn’t cringe when they have to email a picture to themselves just to print it? It’s illogical and frustrating.
The Photo Printer for iPhone solves this problem and it’s dead simple to use. Just pop the iPhone into the dock and fire up the free app to control the printer. In less than a minute, you’ll have a 300 dpi hardcopy suitable for framing of all sorts.