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Free photo printing application from HP

Mark Peters
CES report
Saturday 27th, December 2008
Posted by: Mark Peters

HP announced HP iPrint Photo, a free application available on the Apple App store that gives the Apple iPhone and iPod touch customers the ability to easily print photos anytime, anywhere. HP iPrint Photo is the first photo printing application of its kind and allows for quick and easy wireless printing of 4 x 6-inch photos from an Apple iPhone or iPod touch to most HP inkjet printers connected to a local Wi-Fi network. The iPhone application is fully compatible with Apple’s Bonjour technology and uses the innovative Multi-Touch interface for the easiest and fastest wireless iPhone or iPod touch print experience.

Free iPhone photo printing

iPhone photo printing application
“Today’s news demonstrates how HP is enabling customers to turn special moments captured on the go into high-quality photos,” said Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group, HP. “More than any other company in the world, HP has re-imagined, re-engineered and re-invented the power of printing with exciting new technologies that address real customer needs.”

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HP iPrint Photo software application
The HP iPrint Photo software application provides customers the freedom and flexibility to wirelessly print the millions of photos that have been captured on iPhone or iPod touch devices. It will be showcased for the first time at the 2009 Macworld Conference & Expo and the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

Free iPhone photo printing

Mobile photo printing
“There’s a major shift happening in the mobile domain today,” said Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst, Enderle Group. “Annual camera phone device shipments are exploding on a worldwide basis, and mobile photo printing is quickly growing. Until now, customers had no easy way to print the special moments captured on their Apple iPhone or stored on their iPod touch.”

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