If you’re like most of us, you take many photos on your iPhone. And if you’re like most people, you probably share them on Facebook, Instagram, or other social media platforms. But have you ever thought about printing the photos on your iPhone? Let’s look at some print solutions for your iPhone photos library so you can share your favorite memories with others.
Printing your images is a great way to display your memories, and it’s easier than you might think! This blog post will discuss the best way to print your iPhone or Android photos and how to get the most out of your prints.
Print iPhone Photos – DIY Printing Solutions
You’ll need a photo printer if you want to print your iPhone photos yourself. Photo printers can be expensive, but there are a few options if you’re on a budget.
An inkjet printer is your best option if you want to print large prints. For smaller photos, a portable handheld printer will give you great results.
If you want quick results with Polaroid-sized images, look no further than one of these handheld printers.
The advantage of these printers is that you can take them with you when you go on vacation or to a party. You can print images and quickly share your photos with family and friends. These printers are battery-powered and connect to your phone using Bluetooth or simple wireless connections. They fit in your back pocket, so you don’t have the hassle of bringing an extra bag!
Here are some great choices for portable printers-
The INSTAX Mini Link has a sleek, lightweight body design that easily fits into your pocket or purse. It charges using a standard USB cable and can print about 100 images on a single charge.
The printer is controlled through a free app that allows you to print your photos easily. You can customize your photos with fun and colorful frames, create collages, split prints, and print photos from videos.
The INSTAX Mini Link app has two modes Print Mode and Fun Mode. In Fun Mode, users can connect up to 5 smartphones to the INSTAX Mini Link to print a photo collage with Party Print.
Currently, the Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer runs $179.00
Whether you’re a seasoned traveler, an internet celebrity, a retro scrapbooker, or a mobile photographer, one thing is certain: taking so many steps to print photos is ridiculous!
The KODAK Step Printer lets users print full-color photos more quickly and easily. Simply connect with any Bluetooth or NFC-enabled smart device, and stunning full-color photo prints are in your hands in under 60 seconds.
The ZINK Zero Ink printing method does not require expensive inks, toners, or ribbons. Photos come out clear, bright, and colorful. The printer adds an extra protective coating layer to prevent smudges, rips, and water damage.
You can also customize photos far beyond the capabilities of your smartphone with the KODAK app. Apply beautiful effects, stickers, and ornamental frames with our wide-ranging editing tools. The resulting 2”x3” photos may be peeled and attached to any surface.
Currently, the KODAK Step Wireless Mobile Photo Mini Printer runs $68.00
The HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer is a fun way to add some printable memories to your life.
With a variety of exclusive editing options, easy social media integration, and a simple party printing mode, creating beautiful full-color photos is as quick and straightforward as going.
Send pictures straight from your smartphone to the HP app to customize, print, share with friends and keep track of your scrapbook, journal, collage, photo wall, and other creative ideas.
The HP Sprocket is a smart, portable printer that fits in the palm of your hand. It’s ideal for children to capture memories and share them with their friends and family on social media with high-resolution photos on Zink Zero Ink premium paper that resist smudging, tearing, and fading.
Currently, the HP Sprocket Portable 2×3 Instant Photo Printer runs $129.00
Compact Desktop Printers
These compact printers are specifically designed to be simple to set up and use. They print on larger 4×6 inch sheets and are suitable for framing or adding to your photo album.
The best thing about the ones I’ve listed below is that they all use an ink technology that comes out dry, and the colors will not fade for decades.
The KODAK Dock Plus is a fast, compact printer with a unique feature. You can either print wirelessly using Bluetooth or connect to the dock and print directly while charging your phone. The printer has a built-in USB-C connector compatible with newer iPhones and Android devices. The printer has a convenient Thunderbolt converter, so older iPhones will also work.
The printer creates vibrant prints up to 4×5 inches using dye-sublimation (dye-sub) inks that permeate the paper and produces true continuous tones. Additionally, the images will last much longer without fading compared to inkjet prints.
Currently, the Kodak Dock Plus 4×6 Instant Photo Printer runs $154.99
The SELPHY CP1300 is a pretty cool printer. Rated “Editor’s Choice” by PC Mag, you can see Canon’s printing heritage in the quality of the build and the exceptional features. This printer packs all the bells and whistles of a much larger unit into a tiny footprint.
It uses dye-sublimation technology at 300 dpi to create dazzling prints that Canon claims will last for 100 years. You can print on 2.1″ x 2.1″ stickers, 4″ x 6″ postcards, or use the photobooth mode to print multiple images in a strip.
The CP1300 supports WiFi printing from up to 5 devices. You can print wirelessly using Apple AirPrint, the Canon PRINT mobile app, or wireless PictBridge. The printer also supports printing from your computer, a USB device, or an SD card.
The printer features a 3.2″ Tilt-up LCD Touch Screen so you can review and edit your photos before printing them. This is very handy when printing from an SD card or USB stick.
All-in-all, this is my favorite of the small printers.
Currently, the Canon SELPHY CP1300 Compact Photo Printer runs $129.00
Full-Size Desktop Photo Printers
If you want to create larger prints, you’ll need to set up a full-sized desktop printer. This type of printer is more along the lines of the types of printers you would find in an office setting, but the ones I’ve chosen below are focused on making it simple to print photos from your phone, computer, or camera.
These printers also can allow you to print photos from your iPhone using various types of photo paper. You can experiment with creativity by choosing the right paper to bring out the best in your pictures. For different looks, try glossy, satin, or even metallic papers.
Finally, these printers will not only print your photos but also provide scanning, copying, and regular text printing to any device on your network. So if you need a printer for your home or home office, one of these would be a great option.
The Canon Pixma TR4520 is a light-duty wireless printer with excellent image quality. Supporting both 4×6″ and 8″x11″ paper formats allows you to print much larger images than the compact printers mentioned above.
You can connect directly to the printer from your iPhone or Android device. Using the Canon app or another photo editor, you can print your photos directly on the printer.
Another interesting feature that Canon has included with this printer is the “Message In Print” app. The app allows you to incorporate secret messages—text, animations, music, video links, and other creative enhancements—directly within the picture. You can then view the concealed message in the photo using your phone’s camera.
The TR4520 also has all the regular features you would expect from a small office printer, auto-duplexing printing, a scanner with 20 sheet document feeder, 100 sheet paper tray. So you can use this not only for printing your photos, but also for your home, business, or school needs.
Currently, the Canon PIXMA TR4520 runs $139.99
Printing your iPhone photos is a great way to display your memories in a physical format. There are many different ways to print your photos; the best option depends on your needs and preferences. We’ve listed some of the best printers to print your iPhone photos, so be sure to check them out and find the perfect one!
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