I've had this printer for nearly a month and have printed over 270 photos out (it's so addictive!). It goes without saying that you'll get the best quality prints from the best quality digital photos. I'd recommend an image of 1MP or higher, although VGA pictures don't look too bad but you may experience jagged edges due to the low resolution of your image file. I have excellent prints taken at London Zoo, they really are photo quality. Mobile phone photos generally won't come out as well as digital camera photos simply because phones can't take as good a picture, regardless of how many mega pixels they are. Most pictures aren't in a 3x2 ratio (which is what most photo printers, including the Pogo, prefer) so the photos will become slightly cropped. On landscape pictures it's usually the right-hand side and bottom that get cut off, so sometimes it's best to rotate the image 180degrees to get your subject in properly.
People are saying the iPhone won't work with this printer, that's because Apple have only allowed audio profiles to work on their iPhones meaning the iPhone can't send pictures, videos or even music through Bluetooth to any device.
The LG Viewty will work ONLY if you rename the photo. The Pogo doesn't like the filenames of Viewty photos for some reason, so all you need to do is rename the photos you want to print then it'll work.
Battery life is good enough. I manage to get around 15 prints per charge. It's a great gadget to have. I've printed in McDonald's, on the train and on the bus! What other printer let's you do that?? Plus you can peel the backs off and use them as stickers! Cool, eh??!!
Paper isn't too expensive when you consider that you'll never need to buy ink cartridges or ribbons. The paper is the only thing you'll ever need to buy as it uses ZINK for 100% inkless full colour printing.
All in all I'd recommend this pocket printer to anyone wanting to free their prints from their phones or cameras. Probably be most popular with younger people as it's designed for instant fun wherever you are! Not that the older generation don't like instant fun of course! It really is a lot of fun. I've been taking photos of my friends on the bus and sticking them on the windows! Nights down the pub can be livened up by taking photos of your friends on your phone, printing them out on-the-spot and sticking them on each other!