Google today have just released a new cloud based service called Google Cloud Print for the smartphones which supports HTML5 or they have Android 2.1 or above. Cloud Print was in a beta testing phase since last year and allows printing to documents from mobile phone or from your Gmail accounts with the need to install any software.
The feature works with Windows PC at the moment, but soon Mac and Linux supports will be added. To get started with the feature you need to connect your printer to Google Cloud Print and follow the steps provided below:
How to Connect Your Printer to Cloud Print ?
Step 1: First of all you need to download and install the latest version of Google Chrome browser (build 9.0.597.67)
Step 3: In order to set a connector, click wrench icon in upper right of the browser, then ‘Options’ –> ‘Under the hood’, scroll down and Sign-in to Google Cloud Print.
Step 4: After successful Sign-in you will be displayed a confirmation page, in the end you can also print a test page to verify the cloud connection of your printer.
You can even disable the feature from ‘Under the hood’ tab in Chrome browser. Do add you printer to the service and don’t forget to shout with your comments and reviews about the service