New software to print your shirts offline has just been unveiled.
The Tshirt Printing app for Android lets you print and upload your tshirt designs directly to your smartphone, without the need for a print shop.
The TshirtPrint app has been designed by startup, TshirtsPrint, and can print on all Android devices running Android 4.4 and above.
It has been in beta testing for about two weeks and will be available for purchase in the next few weeks.
TshirtsPrint says that it’s able to print on devices with 512MB of RAM and has a feature that allows users to print shirts on a custom size.
It’s also able to create custom t-shirts.
The app lets users upload custom tshirts from a gallery or from their personal Facebook or Twitter accounts.
Users can also choose the size of the t-shirt they want printed, and then the app creates the design from their photos.
Users will then be able to upload and print the design.
This is all very similar to the feature that Apple has built into its iPrint, which lets users print their photos onto the iPad and iPhones.
T shirtsPrint says it’s working on adding support for other sizes, but the app’s features should be enough for most users.