HP has announced its collaboration with Imagi International Holdings Limited to deliver educational activity sheets through HP print app. Also, HP also launched two new education print apps with Singapore Asia Publishers Pte Ltd (SAP), Singapore's leading education publisher, and onSponge Pte Ltd, a proprietary brand owner of Primary Math programme in Singapore.
Developed for young learners across pre-school and primary school levels, the three new print apps will deliver education content directly to students and busy parents on their web-connected HP printers.
HP print apps offer a free service for home-users to directly print content on demand or through HP scheduled delivery at a specific day and time of the week. This content service is offered in addition to a broad range of mobile printing solutions that HP pioneered, allowing customers to print from virtually anywhere, anytime and from the widest range of mobile devices.
HP’s mobile solutions span HP ePrint, HP wireless direct and HP Printer Control. More than 46 million web-connected HP printers worldwide have access to HP’s suite of mobile printing solutions. Notably, there are now more than 8 million downloads of the HP ePrint app globally.
The new HP print apps provide parents and their children with direct access to educational content that spans across pre-school and primary school levels:
The SAP Education Print App is now available for download across most countries in the region, while the onSponge Learning Print App will be available end this month. The Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf Print App will be available in Chinese language in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore later this year.
The print apps are available on HP’s web-connected printers including HP Photosmart 5520, 6520, 7520 e-All-in-One and the latest HP ENVY120 e-All-inOne printers.