Talk about the weirdest name ever for an app! Epson just got a little help from Thinxtream and released an iOS app compatible with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch which allows you to print documents over Wi-Fi to an Epson Wi-Fi enabled printer. Surely you won’t have to wait until November for AirPrint to get some printing action on your device, but sadly this app is not listed as freeware. It’s currently on sale for $7, but the full price will be bumped to $10 once the sale is over.

So hey, if you’ve got the Epson compatible printer and you don’t mind sparing the cost of a burger on some wireless tools for your iOS device, here’s the iTunes link for your purchase.

(Via: Engadget, Press Release included)

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