I’m still blown away by the amazing things my Android device can do. Smartphones have evolved at an astonishing rate over the past couple of years, and with massive horsepower under the hood and loads of high-end tech crammed into their (mostly) diminutive shells, there’s not much that modern mobile devices can’t do.One thing I’d like mine to do better is print. While it’s not something I need to do very often anymore — even when working on a desktop computer — there’s still the odd time where I need to quickly fire off a hard copy of a document. When I’m on the go and don’t want to lug around my laptop, it becomes a very tricky proposition. HP‘s new ePrint app for Android and iOS could be a big help, though.AdChoices广告Install ePrint and you’ll have an easy way to print a number of common file types at locations around the U.S. and U.K., like FedEx Office locations, Hilton Hotels, libraries, and airports. The app is also unsurprisingly compatible with HP ePrint Enterprise, which lets businesses enable mobile printing in their own offices. Word, Excel, and Powerpoint files are supported, as are .PDF, .HTML, .TXT, .RTF, and most common photo formats.Pair this with mobile access to your documents in the cloud via apps like DropBox and SugarSync, and you’ve got a fairly hassle-free way to print in a pinch even when the only hardware you’ve got on hand is your phone. You can find HP ePrint in the Android Market and the App Store.
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