Earlier this year I pontificated about the glorious benefits of Google Cloud Print.

Today, Google took the program to another level and released the  Google Cloud Print (free) app for Android.

Cloud Print

There isn’t much to the app because it does exactly what it’s supposed to: send your documents to a printer you’ve associated.

Unfortunately though, it’s not an easy deal to get done.

Instead of being able to send the file directly to the Google Cloud Print app, you have to select the file from your directory.

Then you can run through the process of sending the pages to your desired printer.


That’s the easy part if you can find your desired file.

Overall, I’m going to use Google Cloud Print app over my other apps. Too bad I already pay for the rest.

Update: Cloud Print compatibility is built directly into Android 4.4.

Jeff Taylor

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