Starting May 1st Android users will be able to print wirelessly from their handset or tablet to any HP printer running their Internet-printing service. Once the app is downloaded and installed, the user chooses what it is that they wish to print. After selecting the printer they choose to use, the app displays a code which is then entered into said printer. The HP ePrint app has seen more than 200,000 downloads since it first launched with BlackBerry in 2010 so we expect to see a large adoption for Android as well. Should you not have an Android or BlackBerry device, you’ll be happy to learn that HP estimates that their ePrint software will support roughly 90% of smart phone operating systems in North America, including webOS and iOS versions.
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