Ricoh Print&Share Alternatives
Ricoh Print&Share is described as 'The most intelligent printer driver in the world!' and is an app in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Ricoh Print&Share for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, iPhone and iPad. The best alternative is PDFCreator, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Ricoh Print&Share are doPDF (Free), Bullzip PDF Printer (Freemium), CutePDF Writer (Free) and Foxit PDF Creator (Paid).
- 20 alternatives
- With PDFCreator you can print every printable document to PDF, either within the application or by printing directly from the original document. The extensive but user-friendly settings and automated features help you to make the most of your PDFs. View 98 alternatives to PDFCreator
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- Freemium • Open Source
- doPDF allows you to freely convert documents to PDF files. It installs as a printer driver, enabling you to print from any Windows application. View 77 alternatives to doPDF
- Free • Proprietary
doPDF vs Ricoh Print&ShareIt can be used for emails, web pages and any offline documents you want saved as a pdf. It is brilliant!
- Foxit PDF Creator is a virtual printer that allows any application with printing capability to generate high-quality PDF documents conveniently and efficiently. View 85 alternatives to Foxit PDF Creator
The official website no longer links to a download of the free Foxit PDF Creator, but only to Foxit's "new" all-in-one PDF solution, PhantomPDF. Therefore, there's no way to download PDF Creator at this time and development has almost certainly stopped in favor of working on PhantomPDF.No screenshots yet
- Paid • Proprietary
- iPrint is a revolutionary new tool that can save up to 60% on printing expenses. In addition to saving you money, iPrint is easy-to-use and environmentally friendly. View 22 alternatives to iPrint
The official website is no longer available. Last version, 6.0, released in July 2009, can be still downloaded from Wayback Machine
- Free • Proprietary