What’s New in Version 2.6.3
*Fixed issue with iPhone ‘Mortgage Affordability’ screen.
In version 2.6 -
*New: Finance – Added Tip and Shopping Discount calculators.
*New: Calculator – Check function to verify operands and operators.
*New: Calculator – Added support for historical values. Swipe horizontal on calculator display.
*New: Added Help topics.
CalcMadeEasy is versatile app which makes it easy to do financial planning/decision making, scientific/mathematical calculations, unit conversions and notes. It’s like 4 apps in 1 at one low price, NO extra packages to purchase later.…
AirPrint is wonderful for those of us who can use it to print to home printers, but until now, the technology has been useless for most corporate copier / printers. That’s all set to change now that EFI is providing support for AirPrint to its signature Fiery print servers.
The PrintMe Connect software enables direct wireless printing from any iOS 4.2 mobile device. The software is free to download, and it works for printing to any Fiery-driven printer. According to EFI, “It is a software…
When Apple removed AirPrint shared printer support from Mac OS X 10.6.5, it created a functionality gap that developers moved quickly to fill. Yesterday, TUAW took a first look at FingerPrint, an AirPrint solution that enables iDevice printing to many Mac OS X shared printers. Today, we have an exclusive first peek at Printopia, a competing product from long-established Mac developer Ecamm.
Like FingerPrint, the $9.95 Printopia allows non-supported printers to work directly with Apple’s new wireless AirPrint functionality; both products also allow PowerPC users on…
Given the options for getting AirPrint working with your existing gear, it’s probably not necessary to run out and get a brand-new printer just to enable output from your iOS 4.2-enabled iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. If you actually need a new printer, however, it’s worth considering whether one of HP’s AirPrint-ready models is suited to your printing lifestyle. For Cyber Monday, HP is offering instant rebates on all the Photosmart inkjets that are qualified for AirPrint use.
Today’s release of the iOS 4.2 beta has given developers their first hands-on look at AirPrint, which will allow wireless printing from iOS devices. Macworld has published some details.
Dan Moren reports that users will be able to print text, photos, and graphics to networked printers without having to fiddle with drivers, special software, or network configurations. Also, it seems like the list of compatible printers is long, though details are still sketchy. Moren says that AirPrint will support printers shared via a Mac or a PC, and it…
FingerPrint is a new Mac OS X application from Collobos Software that enables AirPrint printing for many OS X printers. AirPrint is Apple’s new wireless printing technology for iOS devices. It works over Bonjour, Apple’s version of zero configuration networking, allowing devices and services to communicate with each other on local area networks.
As originally planned, AirPrint was supposed to provide printing to shared OS X printers and to a small group of HP printers that support HP’s ePrint mobile printing service. However, this feature…
Update: The clever fellows over at Netputing bundled the files together with a snazzy install/uninstall button to produce AirPrint Hactivator, which takes care of all the under the hood business for you. The same caveats apply: remember that you are installing obsolete/beta system files, use at your own risk, and if you’d prefer a supported product there are options.
Mac OS X 10.6.5 was released yesterday, and one of the features it was expected to bring to the table was support for AirPrint, a new feature in iOS 4.2…