In April 2010, Google announced Cloud Print, a service that allows printing from any app on any device, OS or browser without the need to install any software. Today, Google announced in blog that From Today, they are rolling out Google Cloud Print for mobile documents and Gmail for mobile for English speaking users in the US and they will roll out this feature to users throughout in the next few days.
To use Google Cloud Print, you’ll first need to connect your printer to Google Cloud Print. To print, Just open a document in Google Docs or an email in Gmail in your mobile browser and choose “Print” from the dropdown menu in the top right corner. You can also print certain kinds of email attachments (such as .pdf or .doc) by clicking the “Print” link that appears next to them.
Google Cloud Print will work on most phones that support HTML5, such as devices running iOS 3+ or Android 2.1+. To use Google Cloud Print, you will need to install the latest beta version of Google Chrome on a computer that’s connected to your printer. This feature only available for Windows PC for now, but Linux and Mac support are coming soon.
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