Catch the Exclusive Interview of PrintFriendly Founder Taylor Norrish

PrintFriendly is an amazing web app. It comes handy for all types of users at one point or another. We know it. And our users know it. That's why PrintFriendly is wildly popular and is getting more exposure on social media.

Nelson Ta, Content Editor and lead blogger at OmniBeat, first wrote a review of how great PrintFriendly is when it comes to printing pages from the web as well as making PDFs without the need of downloading and installing software for that.

However, the idea and usability of PrintFriendly made Nelson so curious about it that he actually went ahead to catch Taylor Norrish, the founder of PrintFriendly, on a Google+ Hangout to interview him.

In the 8-minute interview, Taylor of PrintFriendly explains what made him develop such an awesome little application on the web and how people are reacting to it. He said that most people actually use PrintFriendly to read documents online while a number of other people use it to make PDFs of web pages. Taylor also discusses other ways of using PrintFriendly.

Although our bookmarklet is the fastest way to print and make PDF documents from the web, most people find it outdated. Novice users often have trouble finding the bookmark bar on their browser. In that sense, plugins or extensions are more common and that's why the PrintFriendly team is working to develop a Firefox plugin. Taylor also noted that a Google Chrome extension is already available which has been downloaded over 21,000 times as of writing this post (21,936 to be exact). This shows us a bit of how popular PrintFriendly is and how great it is at what it does.

Catch Taylor's Interview with OmniBeat in the video below:

Speaking of future plans, Taylor said that improvements will be made on the PrintFriendly pop-up page where users will be able to see how many pages are required to print the document and where every page ends.