Library users can now easily print items straight from their laptop or mobile device at any Berks County Public Libraries location thanks to a new software program called Princh.
For years, all libraries in Berks County have offered cost-efficient printing services by signing into a library computer with a library card. With Princh, anyone with a photo or document on their mobile device can submit a print order to the library by scanning a QR code, downloading the Princh app, or utilizing a browser link from within the library.
“Over the past few years, we’ve taken steps to improve the library user experience, particularly when it comes to technology,” said Jeff Smilko, technology coordinator for Berks County Public Libraries. “Users can now print from their library through this streamlined method without needing to connect to a library computer first.”
Smilko noted that this way of printing may be new for some patrons, but Princh offers a more convenient printing method that can be done with just a few simple steps.
For more information on how to print with Princh, visit your local library or go to www.berkslibraries.org/princh.
The Berks County Public Library (BCPL) System is a department of the County of Berks, serving 428,849 county residents across 866 square miles and 72 municipalities since 1986. Through the support of the Berks County commissioners, BCPL staff aids in strengthening the Berks County community by providing centralized support for the 19 full-service member libraries and four branches. For more information, please visit www.berkslibraries.org.