Today, PDF is widely used to share documents au moyen de courriel and websites, and to print them from mobile devices. The use of téléphones intelligents and tablets for storing and printing documents has grown significantly in the last few years. More and more PDFs are being sent to printers from mobile devices, especially with the rise of services like AirPrint on iOS, Mopria on Android, Google Nuage Print on all platforms and many of the OEM-specific Android print services. Mobile printing is now a de facto standard processus for printing to low-end devices.
In all the above scenarios, if the printer soutiens PDF as a PDL, then sending the content in PDF format is much better than any matriciel format. There are a variety of reasons for this. Firstly, a smaller footprint makes PDF suitable for limitedbandwidth scenarios like mobile printing. Secondly, PDFs are printed at device resolution and keep the user's content live until the last step, which results in far superior print quality compared to matriciels formats generated on appareil mobile devices. Overall, superior experience, higher print quality, and enhanced reliability makes PDF the PDL of choice for next-generation mobile and cloud-based printing.