"Print Shop is truly the next level of Personal Printing. This App grabs personal print communication and drags it into the next century!"
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 20, 2010
miSoft, the hot iPad and iPhone App developer, launches Print Shop. This new App revolutionizes personal printing by empowering users to create, edit, and sent digital print materials on Apple mobile devices. The next generation of printing, miSoft Print Shop elevates the act of communication with a suite of sophisticated tools to create custom print materials. This must-have App for iPad and iPhone empowers anyone to create unique Letterhead, Monarch, Note Cards, Business Cards, and Post Cards, and then provides a variety of send and ePrint options. Once again, miSoft is front and center at the iPad and iPhone media revolution.
While users can choose to print their creations on paper, even formatted to various paper stock selections available at office supply stores everywhere, Print Shop also offers all the exciting ePrint options users desire. Email, PDF, mobile messaging, TwitPic, FaceBook, all available to satisfy any print and communication need. Print Shop saves time, money and resources. Another must have App for any iPad and iPhone user by miSoft.
"Print Shop is truly the next level of Personal Printing. This App grabs personal print communication and drags it into the next century. With Print Shop, anyone, anytime, anywhere can create professional printed materials, and send them with an amazing array of digital and traditional print options. This technology is absolutely amazing!" said Daniel Fontana, CEO, miSoft, LLC.
Print Shop is available right now on the iTunes App Store and runs on Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
miSoft makes digital art, print and entertainment products in the iPad and iPhone App space. CEO Daniel Fontana, a former Disney creative professional with decades of creative, computer and print industry experience, holds multiple patents in this space. He's excited to now turn his attention to iPad and iPhone Apps because, he says "This is the Future. Tomorrow is right here, right now."
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