You will soon have fewer options for getting web content from your computer to your phone. Google is pulling the Chrome to Mobile browser extension and shutting down the "Print to my Phone" feature from Google Cloud Print in early February. Users are instructed to use tab sync instead.
Connecting a printer to a computer is so old fashioned. If you're going to splatter ink all over a flattened sheet of dead tree like some sort of caveman, you might as well use the internet to do it. Luckily, Google has finally made an official Cloud Print app to help with that.
There was a third-party app with similar functionality before, but this is the Google-owned version. Cloud Print can connect multiple printers to the web and allow you to print from any supported device. Read More
OfficeSuite Pro is one of the more powerful collections of productivity software for Android (and Cameron's personal favorite). Today it's getting just a bit better by adding several new features, including the ability to print via Google Cloud Print, convert text documents to PDF files, spell-check, and compatibility with SkyDrive.
Here's a complete list of what's new:
6.5 New Features:
- Print - print documents with Google Cloud Print or previously installed third party printer
- Convert to PDF - convert your text documents to PDF files
- Spell-check (based on Google ICS spell-check)
- New supported formats - opening of XLSM, PPTM, PPSM and DOCM formats
- Thumbnail preview in Slideshow mode
- Animated Slideshow -support for animated slideshows
- Embedded images & charts (in Excel module)
- Now compatible with Microsoft SkyDrive
- WiFi Direct support
Although, some of the new additions may be having some problems. Read More
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.
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. Read More