Last Updated: August 24th, 2012

If you have a Kodak all-in-one printer and a Google Cloud Print account, you could be printing in style with the new KODAK Document Print App. This app aims to make printing documents and pictures from your device convenient and seamless.

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This app will allow you to print a multitude of different document and picture types straight from your device, Google Docs, Dropbox, and Evernote. You'll also be able to use the app's built-in browser to view and print web pages. On top of all that, the service is rather easy to set up. You just need to have a registered Kodak AIO printer (duh) and be signed up for a Google Cloud Print Account, then you'll be ready to quickly print that term paper you put off on your way out the door.

Grab it below, it's free.

Brandon Lancaster
Brandon says he likes to live life on the edge. By that he means eating ice cream for breakfast and wearing house slippers to class. Aside from all of the ballsy action he partakes in, he's a mass communications student that spends much of his time studying or tinkering with his phone.

  • sgtguthrie

    Nice app! Now if only Kodak would release LINUX DRIVERS! I've been using the c2esp driver which works, but how about Kodak support their products! The open source community is doing a good job, but shouldn't have to :-\

  • creator

    If Kodak could make a good printer I would still own one

    • sgtguthrie

      I don't know what you consider a "good printer", but I love my esp 7250! As stated above, the only issue is linux drivers. But the c2esp driver at sourceforge works fine.

      I've owned hp, Epson, lexmark, and cannon, and none of them hold a candle to my Kodak printer!

  • Lisa Michael-Hall

    i use the print n share app to print to my kodak from my iphone :) prefer it to be honest