Cloud Printing Feature Let Users Print from Android Phones
The official Gmail blog has a post up this afternoon telling of a new cloud printing feature in their mobile website. In short, users can print out emails and attachments from Gmail, providing they are using the mobile site (not the client). It only takes a few minutes to get set up and printing but there are a couple of catches. One needs to have a PC (Linux/Mac coming soon) running the latest version of Chrome with the Google Cloud Print option enabled. These next few days will see the rollout hitting over the next few days so be patient if you don’t see it right away.
I’d love to see this feature enabled on the native client as well as within Android in general. Email is nice, but high-res pictures are even better!
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