iPrint 1.0 for Mac OS X 10.2 has been released from MacEase.
The application provides the ability in almost any program to select text and print that text, from a single character to dozens of pages.
The utility is claimed to improve productivity by preventing users from wasting time sifting through unnecessary data that they were previously forced to print.
The developer claims that iPrint also reduces users' expenditures on ink, toner and paper.
The utility uses universal-keyboard shortcuts (in this case command-P) for Mac OS X. Users select the text they want and print the selections via the universal-keyboard shortcut.
Other features of iPrint include support for both multi-styled text and coloured text. It has also been optimized for use with AOL's built-in chat client AOL's Instant Messenger (AIM), and iChat.
iPrint for Mac OS X 10.2 includes a 30-day money-back guarantee and costs $14.95.