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Google launches public beta for Google Cloud Print

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Jan 2011 1:14 User comments (1)

Google launches public beta for Google Cloud Print In April 2010, Google unveiled Google Cloud Print, a service that enables any application (web, desktop, or mobile) on any device to print to any printer.
The option was given to Google Chrome OS users last month, but today Google has opened the public beta for mobile documents and Gmail for mobile.

Google says the service will be "rolling out to users throughout the next few days."

"Print" will be an new option in Google Docs and Gmail, and you can print PDF and .DOC attachments, as well.

To use the Cloud Print, you will need a phone with Android 2.1+ or iOS 3+ and connect a printer to the cloud service.

More info on that, here: Cloud Print instructions

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125.1.2011 8:19
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would they be printing google ads on the print outs?

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