Award-Winning SAMSUNG MobilePrint App Enhanced For Increased Ease-of-Use and Functionality

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J., November 15, 2012 – Samsung Electronics America Inc. today announced the availability of its enhanced “plug & play” MobilePrint App. A Buyer’s Lab 2012 Pick Award winner, Samsung’s MobilePrint App offers secure, fast, easy printing or scanning through a Wi-Fi access point for Android and Windows enhanced versions and iOS smart mobile devices.

“It is important for us to be able to provide our customers with a complete line of solutions that makes new technology adoption easier and more intuitive,” said Tod Pike, senior vice president of Samsung Electronics Enterprise Business Division. “Samsung’s MobilePrint App is a great example of this as we continue to establish our position as a leader in the mobile industry, improving productivity by seamlessly connecting all of our products for business and consumer needs.”

The MobilePrint App now provides the market with a more complete solution, including the convenience of being able to send faxes directly from the app and print directly from the cloud with Google Drive. This new feature adds to the ability of the MobilePrint App to print, scan, review, sign and share mobile content like attachments, travel itineraries and web content directly from a smartphone or tablet to any Samsung printer on a local-area network with a secure WiFi access point.

Other major enhancements include:

  • Landscape view for tablet
  • Shortcut to camera directly from the app
  • Shortcut to print emails and attachments from Gmail
  • Photo functionality – can select multiple photos and touch to crop or rotate
  • More aesthetically appealing user interface

Samsung MobilePrint App easily works with any networked, wired or wireless Samsung printer or MFP and is compatible with Android, Windows Mobile™, iPhone and iPad. The MobilePrint App is available for download at the iTunes Apple Store and Google Play Store.

Samsung originally announced its MobilePrint App for Android devices at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 5th, 2011. Customers can learn about the full functionality by visiting