Indianapolis Public Library Offers New Printing Services
Printing just got even easier at the Lawrence, Glendale and other branches of The Indianapolis Public Library.
The libraries are now offering mobile printing from any Internet-connected smartphone – iOS, Android or Blackberry – from anywhere in the city to print documents at the branches. The new service is meant to help meet the demand for such services and helps the library increase connectivity to users.
There are two ways to use the service. One being the library’s website and other is their free app, PrinterOn, which is available from Google Play or iTunes. From there users just decide where you want to send your documents to print. Users can print from: Lawrence, Glendale, Central Library, Garfield Park, Pike, Warren and Wayne branches. The service uses email to identify the print job and if the user wants color, 25 cents, or black and white, 15 cents, prints. Once a job is sent to one of the library’s printers, users have two hours to pick up their prints and pay.
“With the increased functionality of smartphones and tablets, the ability to print from these devices is more crucial than ever,” said Jackie Nytes, Library CEO. “This service illustrates the Library’s relevance in the lives of patrons as we work to provide maximum access to available technology.”