Reviews of software and apps for computers and mobile devices
“What is the Dymo software like? How easy is it to produce a label? What can and can’t it do?”
These are the types of questions you’re probably asking when thinking of buying your first Dymo printer. Hopefully this post will be able to answer your needs.
Firstly this is a review of the software on a Windows computer. The software on Mac may differ slightly but I have yet to try it. Installation was quite quick and painless. Connecting a printer directly through USB installed with no problem at all. I’m using a LabelWriter 450 Duo so I get to try printing on both die cut address labels and continuous D1 tape. In the software itself you can add a networked printer. The networked printer would be a normal one through a Dymo Print Server. Unusually just launching this install wizard it ends up crashing itself straight away and then it closes with no further messages.