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    HP webOS e-print dedicated app in July 2011.

    As you know there are dedicated applications available for Blackberry, iPhone and Android smartphones and also you know you can set up your webOS device running 1.45 or 2.0 using your e-mail. to e-print on a HP printer, but there is not a webOS dedicated app for that service., yet. Well in July 2011 HP will launch an official dedicated app for HP webOS devices.

    Although the link source where this HP e-print mobile information is more related to smartphones, we think the TouchPad will have it too.

    A demo for smartphones was showed at the MWC 2011. (See pic below at the mwc 2011)

    The timeline for the application was announced for late Spring then :

    HP Offers First Look at webOS App for HP ePrint Enterprise

    So if you have a Pre, Pre Plus, Pixi, Pixi Plus and Pre2 now, you will have the HP webOS dedicated e-print application in July as well.

    And of course the upcoming HP webOS Pre3, Veer and the TouchPad, will have this app too, not clear if it will happen at launch this early summer or if this new webOS family devices will be just updated with the e-print dedicated app in July, with before webOS devices at the same time. Probably yes.

    Here is what the HP e-print mobile site shows at the bottom of the services description:

    1. Usage of HP ePrint services app at mobile printing locations requires Internet- and email-capable BlackBerry® smartphone OS 4.5 or newer, iPhone® 3G or newer running iOS 4.2 or later, HP webOS device running webOS 1.45 or 2.0, or Android® device running version 1.4 or newer, with separately purchased wireless Internet service, and HP ePrint services app. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, and PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP). Availability and cost of printing varies by location. HP webOS app available July, 2011.

    2. Availability of HP ePrint Mobile Print Locations varies, and the cost and time of printing vary. You can print to any location that shows up in your GPS search.

    Source: HP ePrint Enterprise Solution
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    ePrint enabled printer list (updated regularly):

    ePrint and Print App supported printers - HP Support Forum
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    Nope.

    2Usage of HP ePrint services app at mobile printing locations requires Internet- and e-mail-capable BlackBerry® smartphone OS 4.5 or newer, iPhone® 3G or newer running iOS 4.2 or later, HP webOS device running webOS 1.45 or 2.0, or Android® device running version 2.1 or newer, with separately purchased wireless Internet service, and HP ePrint services app. Solution works with PCL5/6, PCL3, PCL3GUI printers (HP and non-HP). Availability and cost of printing varies by location. HP webOS app available October, 2011.
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    Actually...
    HP ePrint Mobile Printing Solution

    Read the footnotes of 1 and 2
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    For some reason I thought that this was integrated at the OS level with webOS version 3.x... or was that speculation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RafRol View Post
    For some reason I thought that this was integrated at the OS level with webOS version 3.x... or was that speculation?
    I know they demonstrated it in the photo app as baked in, but I haven't seen anything else (calendar, email, etc.)

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