Smartphone Printers for All

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The smartphone printer is a relatively new device and a must-have product for smartphone photographers of all styles.

Whether you use your smartphone to take pictures of landscapes or selfies, a smartphone printer turns your digital snaps into real-life masterpieces at the push of a button.

The Fujifilm instax Share Printer 2 for instance is extremely easy to use and is compatible with both smartphones and tablets; simply download the free instax SHARE app, connect your device to the printer via WiFi and start printing.

The Fujifilm instax Share Printer 2 is one of the more popular smartphone printers among casual photographers and social media snappers today thanks to its simplicity and its high-speed printing of just 10 seconds per picture!

In addition to printing photos from your smartphone and tablet, you can also print pictures from Facebook and Instagram accounts, ensuring you’re able to turn your favourite online pics into physical memories you’ll cherish forever.

The HP Sprocket Photo Printer is another extremely popular smartphone printer and one that fits easily into your bag so you can take it with you wherever you go.

One of the great things about the HP Sprocket Photo Printer is the level of customisation on offer: add text, borders, emojis and more to your pictures via the free HP Sprocket App.

The HP Sprocket Photo Printer also allows you to print pictures from social media accounts and is highly recommended for selfie lovers and the like.

The last smartphone printer on this list is the Canon Selphy CP1300 Portable Photo Printer, a powerful printer suitable for use with smartphones, tablets and cameras.

If offers lab-quality prints and fast wireless printing via the Canon Print app and others, prints up to 54 photos per battery charge and is recommended for more serious photographers searching for a decent printer for landscapes, portraits and more.

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