Kodak debuts document printing app for Android
Kodak has launched a new application for Android devices today which allows for users to send documents from their phones and tablets to a KODAK All-in-One Printer using Google Cloud Print. Not only will the app allow for locally hosted files such as Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and PDF, but also cloud-based stuff like Dropbox and Evernote files. The Kodak Document Print App provides a nifty browser which lets users easily print websites from the cloud, something that’s not very easy to do from a phone or tablet.
“In today’s mobile society, it’s important that we provide solutions that enable people to print what they want, when they want to, from wherever they are in the world,” said Susan Tousi, General Manager, Inkjet Systems, and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “The launch of the KODAK Document Print App is one more way we are making mobile printing simple and accessible, while also offering high quality output at an affordable price.”
Download Kodak Document Print App for free on any Android handset or tablet running 2.2 or higher.
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