A Pictorial Review of HP iPrint Photo 3.0 Application for Apple IOS 4.2.1

OK, let’s cut to the chase here.  To make things easier, let’s assume that you’ve already read our companion piece discussing the significance of HP’s iPrint Photo 3.0 app for devices running the Apple iOS 4.2.1 mobile operating system.

The key upgrade to HP’s iPrint Photo 3.0 is the ability to print Adobe PDF and text documents (as well as photos).  iPrint Photo 3.0 supports a host of HP wireless, wired, and shared USB-connected printers over a local network.


You can share the contents of your iPad or iPhone Photo “Saved Files” folder over the network and access them from another PC.  Password protection is optional.

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6 Responses

  1. Portia says:

    I have followed the instructions on Mapping a Network Drive on Vista so that I can share files with the hp iprint photo 3.0 app on my ipad. But when I get to the part about entering the URL, it says it can’t connect, much like your in your instructions above. I have typed it with just http:// (then the numbers), I have typed it with www in it, I have just typed the numbers, nothing works, it still says it cannot connect because it can’t locate the name of the folder to connect to….any suggestions?

    • Terry Wirth says:

      I would guess that either you did not enter the proper port number :8081 or that port is blocked by your firewall.

      Also note that for some strange reason, we had to dump the www:// and substitute \.

      Let me know how you make out.

      • Adam says:

        I’m getting the same sort of error, i tried just numbers, http://, \ , and http://www. , but nothing works this frustrates me cause if this worked i would love this app, one because its free and 2 because it prints stuff easily.

  2. Adam says:

    also not being able to contact hp about this because they have no support for this sucks. I love hp because they have great support, but apprently not for this.

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