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Universal HP All-in-One Printer Remote Now available in Windows store

HP have updated their All-in-One Printer Remote app. With the latest update this app becomes universal meaning now it is available for both Windows 10 and windows 10 mobile. Previously it was available only for Widows PC.

With this app, you can print documents and photos, check the status of your printer, and perform maintenance tasks. You can also order original HP printing supplies and get help from HP support. Some features might not be available with all printer models.

HP All-in-One Printer Remote Features:

  • Check supply levels and view error messages.
  • Connect to other HP printers on your network.
  • Start scan and print jobs.
  • Order original HP printing supplies, register your printer, and get HP support.
  • Perform maintenance tasks and change printer settings.
  • Create high-quality documents from the camera-enabled HP PageLift feature.
  • Launch HP Connected and access services like HP ePrint and HP Instant Ink.
  • Set Scan to Network Folder and Scan to Email options.
  • Run Fax Setup Wizard to configure fax settings.
HP Smart
HP Smart
Developer: HP Inc.
Price: Free
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  • mpw

    Installed the app and it looks very neat. It found my network and found and identified my printer but said “Printer offline”. I tried printing a photo (from the Photo app) and … bingo …. it printed first time. What’s the error message for?

    Now to print some emails – always wanted to do that. Wait – no print option in Outlook Mail!

    I opened a document using Word but the Print function in that doesn’t find my printer and only offers PDF as a printer. Perhaps MSFT and HP should swap software? Perhaps some more standards needed for mobile printing?

    As much as I like mobile printing and have wanted a decent app for a long time the need disappears when I open apps that don’t have a print function or when they do they can’t find my printer.

    Doesn’t anybody in the Windows mobile community talk to one another?

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