How to Print
App Developer Information
Why Add Print To Your App?

Adding print to your app increases engagement and makes users more likely to use your app again and for longer periods of time. In fact, many users of top apps want to print, but can't, for example:

  • • Homework
  • • Medical Records
  • • Email
  • • Boarding Passes
  • • Coupons
  • • Event tickets
  • • Reservations
  • • Recipes

Make your app better for your users. Our guide, "Why your app needs print capabilities" explains just how much users want it, how it can benefit your app, and the easiest way to incorporate print functionality. Download the guide here.

Follow These Simple Steps to
Add Print to your App:
  • Add Print
  • Test
    Your App
  • Explore the
    Spotlight Wall
  • Go to the Google Android Developer's Website to learn how to deploy the Android 4.4 Print APIs. Google has provided excellent training materials on how to do this here. This will add the print button to your app and enable your users to activate the print process.

    The Mopria Print Service completes the experience for the user with connectivity to millions of certified printers from many brands and manufacturers.

  • You can download the Mopria Print Service to your Android 4.4 mobile device to test print functionality.

    See our list of Mopria-certified printers to find out if you already own or have access to a Mopria certified printer.

    We would be happy to help you incorporate and test the print feature in your app. For assistance, please send a message to

  • Check out the Spotlight App Wall to explore the many Android apps that have enabled print.

    The Spotlight App Wall features a variety of apps ranging from productivity, photography, shopping, recipes, travel and lifestyle -- all delivering the benefit of print to their users!

Questions about the Mopria Print Service?

"For printing, as with any feature, what is important is defining what is the value I am getting from adding this feature and what is the price I need to pay to developer it. So we have tried really hard to make the entry point easier…. I think printing will get more and more used in the future."

—Svetoslav Ganov, Google i/O 16