Printer Test for Print Magic
By Wellala, Inc.
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
Wirelessly print to your wifi printers from the iPhone, iTouch, or iPad. This will work on most wifi printers. It can print to all wifi and wired printers with our free PC App. Please visit www.wellala.com and select PC App to download the app to your laptop.
This app is for testing if your wifi printer is compatible with Print Magic or Print Magic HD wirelessly. Also, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up printer sharing or PC app capabilities.
THIS IS REVOLUTIONARY.
Print Magic is the leading printer app for the iPhone & iPad that does not require any software to be installed.
• locates all printers on your WiFi network
• allows you to run a simple test to determine if your printer is compatible with Print Magic.
• This update will allow multiple protocol test printing options as well as manual IP printer input & HP test printing.
If you can print a test page with this app, then your printer will work with Print Magic.
See the Print Magic page in iTunes for information about our multiple apps.
What's New in Version 2.0.1
• fixed bug with saving manual printers
• add ability for other apps to launch Print Magic and have Print Magic launch them back.
Easy simple test
I have just tried this app to see if need to buy a new AirPrint printer or not. I am glad to say using this app I can print things out on my HP1500 series printer.
I would say check your printer queue before you start. Initially it wouldn't print because of previous print job wasn't cancelled. After I did that no problem :)
Does what it's supposed to do :-)
Used this to test compatibility with my Epson SX515W inkjet printer. It didn't spot it on first try but whilst checking the settings (didn't even change anything) it seemed to pick it up. Printed a test page and am pleased to say it works, full colour and all :-). Now off to purchase the app!
not very helpful
well, things looked promising; the tester app found my shared printer on the network and –after i sent the test print through– the printer sprang to life and spat out.... a blank sheet of paper!
i had a quick peruse of the help files and found that the advice was basically lifted straight from the IT crowd: "have you tried switching it off and on again?"
er... thanks but no thanks. if that's as helpful as the tester app is going to be, i'll not be gambling on the paid version.