HP All-in-One Printer Remote

HP All-in-One Printer Remote


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  • Easy to use
  • Manage printer
  • Scan from phone
  • Only wi-fi
  • Only certain printers
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Expert's Review

"Print, Scan, And E-Mail With Ease"

Reviewed by / Apr 15, 2015

Use this app to manage your HP All-in-One printer.


This printer app lets you manage the functions of your HP All-in-One printer. To ensure compatibility, make sure the printer says ePrint. The app only works over Wi-Fi and will not work when out of network range. But from the HP app, you can check the printer status, check the ink and toner levels, and get your cartridge information. You can scan documents with your phone's camera, create .pdf files, and either email or print them.


The printer app is easy to use and the functions are easy to find. It easily finds the printer on the network and lets you scan documents from your phone.


The app only works over Wi-Fi, so it's limited to your living space. It does not automatically save documents after you scan them, which would be really nice. Also, you can't designate which tray to print from.

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Developer's original description available here
HP All-in-One Printer Remote let you check status of your HP Printers and All-in-One devices that are attached to your Wi-Fi network. It supports HP printer with “ePrint” on it*.

Key Features & Benefits:
• Check the status of your printer. Is it out of paper? Is the device busy?
• Check how much ink and toner are left.
• What is the name and number of ink cartridges and toners my printer use?
• Save or email supply info so that you can see it when you are at the store
• Scan from your scanner, from glass or document feeder.
• Scan document using the camera on the phone, and enhance it with HP’s mobile scanning technology.
• Save and Share scanned and camera captured document to cloud and email.
• Create multi-page .pdf file from scanned images and camera captured images

Both printers on local wireless network and printers that are set to wireless direct printing mode are supported.

*Full list of supported printers available at Hewlett-Packard web site.

For full list, http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c02814760&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en#N121

Recently changed in this version

- Greater control of printer settings
- Better troubleshooting assistance
- Access to promotional prices for supplies
- Other improvements and bug fixes.

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Comments and ratings for HP All-in-One Printer Remote
  • (46)

    by Aravind Madhava on 20/05/2015

    You can actually print stuff from you phone.... And lot more..

  • (46)

    by Debra Bouyer on 20/05/2015

    BECAUSE I definitely have to make sure my P. C. A.'s time ⌚ SHEETS are faxed on time, my HP never let's me down. And I can Fax, Scan, Copy, or just Print wirerless, from my PC, Phone

  • (46)

    by Leonard Coner on 20/05/2015

    I love this great app. I wouldn't have any other printer. The office jet pro 8600 plus the best printer that I have ever had. I've a lot of printer. Thanks HP.

  • (46)

    by Ken Larson on 20/05/2015

    Makes mobile printing and scan printing easy

  • (46)

    by Bill Mercer on 19/05/2015

    Now it only saves as pdf instead of printing

  • (46)

    by Maria Ibarra on 19/05/2015

    Useful, convenient, easy, safe, overall great.

  • (46)

    by David Rakes on 19/05/2015

    All you can do is print pictures? I wanted this so I could print the documents I have on my tablet and there isn't any way for me to do that. What's the point of this app?

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