This is a discussion on hp iprint app help, not finding printer within the AirPrint forums, part of the iPad Help category; Originally Posted by zenonp Well forgetting the network and resetting it with its password worked. But that's crazy since the network had been working all ...
Getting iPad to see my printers with FingerPrint only works for a little while, then I have to reboot (forget my network and then reconnect). (someone else on this Forum mentioned that the App seems to need refreshing now and then -- sounds like it has old tired gremlins). I have had a long exchange with FingerPrint Support. Although they were very helpful the conclusion was that it must be a problem with the iPad2 and they are not able to reproduce it. This conclusion was based on the fact that disconnecting and reconnecting to the network helped restore the printer visibility. While I was trying various diagnostic tests the trial license ran out so now I have to decide whether to blow $10 (not much in this business, but the prospects don't see bright for getting a useful App -- even their techie concluded that it would be a waste of money). The Printopia you mentioned is only for Mac (I'm Windows 7) and the other major product is from Eurosmartz (Print Central) has gotten some terrible reviews (along with decent ones too) and each feature requires an additional App). Anyone had good experience with it? It sounds like the Mobile-to-Print technology is not up to being generally reliable yet.
Print n Share is the best app solution I've heard of. It needs to be running in the background (start it before you go to the app you want to print to). It works directly with most wi-fi printers, but there is a computer program you can run for those printers that do not (similar to running Fingerprint on the computer, but only works with Print n Share).
Before Fingerprint, this is the app everyone swore by.
Why i cant find hp iprint photo 3.0 in the app store? Can anyone tell me why?
I believe they have replaced it with something with "business" in the name. It turns out to only work with ePrint -- another HP proprietary standard that at least my HP does not have. I only found out after downloading it and trying it out and THEN reading the description.