Google Inc. announced the news on the Google’s Gmail blog on Monday.Cloud Print lets you to register one or more of your printers with Google’s cloud services and connect them to your GMail account. once done, you will be print e-mails and selected attachments including any file format that GMail provides i-e HTML, DOC, and PDF directly from your phone’s GMail interface, not considering whether you are on the same network with your printers or not.
The process of registration consists of three easy steps
1- Download a special beta version of Google Chrome from the Cloud Print Website
2- Install it on a computer connected to a printer that you want to make available through the service
3- Enable the printer.
Unfortunately, Only a Windows version of Chrome beta has been made available by Google yet which locked the OS X users out of the Cloud Print, at least for the time being. However, Mac and Linux versions of the software are promised to be available soon. Interestingly, the company has also opened the Cloud Print interface prerequisite, obligating the printer manufacturers to create their own “Cloud Print-aware” devices that can connect to the service without having to go through a computer.
The user’s side printing practice presented by Google Cloud Print works with any device compatible with GMail’s mobile service, including all versions of the iPhone and the iPad, without using any software. For the printer side of things, you will need a PC running Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7.
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