Brother iPrint&Scan

Brother iPrint&Scan

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Brother iPrint&Scan is a free application that lets you print from and scan to your Android device. Use your local wireless network to connect your Android device to your Brother printer or all-in-one. Using a Google account you are able to print from anywhere with the remote print function. For a list of supported models, please visit your local Brother website.

[Key Features]
- Easy to use menu.
- Simple steps to print your favorite photos, web pages, emails (Gmail only) and documents (PDF, Word, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Text).
- Print your documents and photos directly from the following cloud services: DropboxTM, OneDrive, Evernote®.
- Scan directly to your Android device.
- Save scanned images to your Android device or email them (PDF, JPEG).
- Automatically search for supported devices on a local wireless network.
- No computer and no driver required.
- The remote print function enables you to print from anywhere. (Your machine needs to support Google Cloud Print to use this function.)
- The NFC function is supported, this enables you to print or scan by simply holding your mobile device over an NFC mark on your machine and tapping the screen.
*Memory card needed for printing and scanning.
*HVGA (320x480 pixels) or larger screen is needed on your Android device.
*As the remote print function is based on Google Cloud PrintTM, you must first register your machine in your Google account. For detailed information, please see the Google Cloud Print Guide available on the Brother support website (
*To use the NFC function, both your mobile device and your machine need to support NFC. There are some mobile devices with NFC that cannot work with this function. Please visit our support website ( for a list of supported mobile devices.

[Compatible Print Settings]
- Paper Size -
4" x 6" (10 x 15cm)
Photo L (3.5" x 5" / 89 x 127 mm)



- Media Type -
Glossy Paper
Plain Paper
- Copies -
Up to 5

[Compatible Scan Settings]
- Document Size -

4" x 6" (10 x 15cm)
Photo L (3.5" x 5" / 89 x 127 mm)
Card (2.16" x 3.58" / 55 x 91 mm)

- Scan Type -
Color (Fast)
Black & White

*Compatible settings will depend on the selected device and function.
*Google Cloud Print is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.
*Microsoft, Excel, and PowerPoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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Recently changed in this version

- Ver 1.17
[New Support OS]
- Android 5.0 Lollipop

- Ver. 1.16.0
[New Function]
- Prints your notes directly from Evernote®.
- Supports "Photo 2L (5" x 7" / 13 x 18 cm)" for photo printing.
- Monochrome option for photo printing.

- Ver. 1.15.3
- Bug Fix

- Ver. 1.15.2
- Bug Fix

- Ver. 1.15.1
- Bug Fix

Comments and ratings for Brother iPrint&Scan
  • (64 stars)

    by hungrom007 on 02/06/2011

    I can not see "Brother iPrint&Scan" in market on my Phone.
    My Phone is SamSung Galaxy S with OS Adroid 2.2.

  • (64 stars)

    by lifelongnoob on 24/05/2011

    my MFC-J6510DW printer is a3. this app doesnt allow me select A3...also why must i have to configure the printer for wi-fi mode. normally its hardwired into the network because the wifi signal drops too often. please add support for wired lan interfaces.

  • (64 stars)

    by Allen Simmons on 13/12/2014

    All attempts to print any pdf's indicated "unsupported format". I can print using google print (from the Adobe Reader app) but loose doubled sided printing. Running Nexus 7 on Android 5.0.1

  • (64 stars)

    by David Hastings on 13/12/2014

    This app works pretty well for printing to your Brother printer from your Android device. However there are several small settings and options that are not available. (Like adding more pages to a scan before saving)

  • (64 stars)

    by sanka perera on 12/12/2014

    It must be a nfc device!! But it doesn't say that until you download this crap

  • (64 stars)

    by Jatupong Kumthornkittikul on 12/12/2014

    It not fun find a photo you want from 1,000+ photos in device. Wasting mine time alot

  • (64 stars)

    by Walter Klein on 12/12/2014

    Worked for a while until recent android update 5.0.1 (loolipop). Now useless.