Google has launched a new feature called Google Cloud Print for mobile documents and Gmail for mobile for both Android and iOS users. This will let you print docs on the go from your device although you will need a PC, turned on and connected to a printer. You will also need to have it registered on Google Cloud Print through Google Chrome to get it working.
Google had unveiled Cloud Print originally for Chrome OS users but has now expanded it to mobile users in the US. The roll out has started for users in the US. If you’re interested in getting this working, head over to Google Cloud Print and check out the instructions. It’s currently available for Windows PC users only with Linux and Mac support coming soon.
Not many users have their PCs turned on all the time when they’re not home. To keep it on just so you can print something when you’re away sounds like an annoyance doesn’t it?
Google Cloud Print is really a cool feature. It makes almost everything accessible and simple. Plus, to the point that it is now expanded to mobile users in the US, it’s going to be cool! I’m just wondering how much it will cost me when I’m to download such app through my phone.
This is exactly what I need. Instead of buying a fax machine and sending a fax across to my cafe for every new online order to pack sweets and ship them, I could possibly now print the invoice directly at the cafe and the cafe staff can do the rest.