Canon PRINT Inkjet


The Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY app was developed by Canon Inc., and it allows you to print, scan, and copy via a wireless connection between your device and your PIXMA, MAXIFY, or SELPHY printer. It also functions as a portal via which one can control printer settings and check the status of the printer.

Both the Google Play Store and the iTunes Store make it easy and cost-free to get the Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY app. This program is not downloadable on any other devices because it requires an ARM processor. There is a possibility that certain features and services of this application will not work with all varieties of printers or in all geographic locations.


  • You can print up to 39 distinct photographs at the same time.
  • You are able to alter the settings for the copy right from your mobile device.
  • Scan all of the essential documents and images into either a JPEG or a PDF file.
  • You can print photographs and documents straight from internet storage systems and social networking sites such as PIXMA cloud.
  • You are able to check the remaining amount of ink, view the model number of the cartridge, purchase additional ink, and view an online manual in the event that something goes wrong.
  • Touch printing and scanning capabilities provided by NFC.

Canon PRINT Inkjet

Developer: Canon Inc.

Price: free

Rating: 4.8

Available Version: 2.8.1

How to uninstall the application:

  1. Go into your settings
  2. Go into the Applications Manager
  3. Uninstall the Canon PRINT Inkjet app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.


  • This software is a mobile application that will not modify the system settings of your phone.
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  • When it comes to printing photographs, only JPEG files are supported.
  • If the data display incorrectly on the screen, it’s possible that you’ll get incorrect results.
  • Smartphones and tablets equipped with NFC are required in order to use the NFC touch print and scan feature.


I recently relocated to Europe and was in desperate need of a printer; however, I did not want to spend an exorbitant amount of money on one. So I went ahead and bought the least expensive Canon printer I could find. To my utter astonishment, even Canon’s most affordable printers are capable of doing quality work in this day and age. After connecting it to the Wi-Fi network and pairing it with my phone, I was able to locate the appropriate application. This application performs amazingly well. And bear in mind that this is coming from a person whose job it is to uncover problems with software and mechanical products. I have persuaded a number of different businesses to invest thousands of dollars in specific tools because of the applications that are linked with those tools and the way that they function. This application functions flawlessly; if you are having problems with it, it is most likely due to a mistake made by the user, a peculiar glitch, or an odd coincidence involving the device that you are utilizing. Since I am using an iPhone 12 Pro MAX, and I am aware that this is a flagship phone, but it works flawlessly on this device; consequently, it should function just as well on other iOS devices as long as your iOS is updated to the most recent version. In general, I do not provide evaluations on random utility apps; nevertheless, this particular program functions really well. Since I am now an expert residing in Europe, as I have previously mentioned, it is imperative that I print and scan documents so that the local government can have all of the documents that they need… (that aren’t really essential smh…). I give it 6 out of 5 stars!

When I need to print in black and white, I go to “Change options” and turn “Grayscale” to “On.” This is what I do.

Regarding the individuals who are unable to print their images, do you recall if, when you initially opened the Print app on your device, you granted permission for the app to access your photos? Check to see if the Read and Write permissions have been enabled for the Print app by going into the Settings menu on your iPhone or iPad. Also, avoid attempting to view your photographs by going to “Document Print.”

Regarding the landscape mode, I haven’t experimented with it just yet, but I can see that there is an option to switch to it, and the “Smartphone Copy” feature is the sole way to do it. Take a picture with your smartphone or select one from your gallery, then click “Next.” Below that button, you’ll see an icon that symbolizes either landscape or portrait orientation. I hardly never leave reviews, but I felt compelled to in this case because I wanted to get something off my chest.