If you want to make your child’s holiday a bit more special this year, check out the North Pole PIXMA app for Facebook by Canon U.S.A. Inc.
This app allows you to help your children create a holiday wish list that can be sent directly to Santas workshop in the North Pole. It can help your child write, draw, or use pre-selected images to create their list. Then, you and your child can watch as their list is printed on a Canon PIXMA printer using cloud technology. but it doesn’t just show the list being printed- what fun would that be?!?! Once you send your list to be printed, you and your children are shown a video of Santa receiving the wish list that was printed on the Canon PIXMA printer. The video features workshop elves, the Abominable Snowman, Mrs. Claus and the big man himself, Santa! It’s a great way to get your child to believe in the magic of Christmas- and may even brighten your holiday mood, as well!
Canon PIXMA printers offer more than holiday magic! Canon PIXMA printers allow users to print photos and documents directly from Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Flickr, EVERNOTE, and Photobucket. They can even print items for you while you’re on the go with Mobile Printing. Canon iEPP is a free application for Apple products that allows you to print photos and scan from your iPhone, iPod or iPad via WiFi. With this application, you can print existing photos, take a photo to print, find PIXMA printers on a Wi-Fi network, scan documents directly to your Apple device, print a scanned document, print from PDF viewer apps, and more! These applications are available for download right now!
For those interested in the Canon North Pole PIXMA app, it will available for download on the Canon Facebook page until December 24th.You can engage with the Canon North Pole PIXMA app at www.NorthPolePIXMA.com or by visiting the Canon U.S.A. Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CanonUSA. The themes for the app include holiday-decked streets of many well-known places, including the streets of New York City.
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