If you are one of the many folks that have a photo printer at home, you may be interested in one of the following apps: the HP iPrint Photo 2.0, the Epson iPrint, or the Canon Easy-PhotoPrint for the iPhone. All are free applications that allow you to print photos from your iPhone via Wi-Fi to your photo printer.
Let’s first look at the HP iPrint Photo 2.0 [iTunes link]. This application works with any iPhone or iPod Touch running iPhone OS 2.0 or up. It lets you access your photo albums or simply capture photos from camera directly and then prints it wirelessly to your HP Inkjet printers connected to the same WiFi network. The app is very easy to use. It also comes with features to let you crop and rotate pictures, as well as, do simple image scaling. By leveraging Apple’s Bonjour technology, the iPrint Photo 2.0 automatically discovers and set-up any of your HP wireless printer on your Wi-Fi network. No complex setup or network configuration is required. There is a complete list of photo printers that the iPrint Photo 2.0 supports at www.hp.com/go/iprintphotoforiphone. The iPrint Photo 2.0 also supports multiple paper sizes and paper types.