Google allows anyone to print from cloud service and android can also be used for cloud print. First you will need to add cloud printer to your Google account. Cloud Print is an app for your Android that allows you to remotely print from Android phone. The process is pretty straightforward to setup and print. Let’s take a look at how to do that.
Starting out, you will need to log into your Google Account. Cloud Print is a Google App and connects your Android to your printer by way of your Google Account.
Once you are all logged in, you will need to setup your printer to work with the cloud printing service.You can check the link if you have a compatible printer. If you don’t see your printer on this list, check this page to see how to get your printer working.
Download the latest release of the official Google Cloud Print app. With Cloud Print for Android you can:
* Print from any compatible Android device to any Google Cloud Print connected printer
* Share a picture or a document from apps like Gallery directly to Cloud Print
* Track the status of your print jobs
Using Cloud Print Android App:
Google Cloud print android app lets you to print wireless from your android device.Once you have installed android app, you will need to login to your gmail account which you have setup earlier for cloud print job.
Once you open the app, and you have previously print anything fromcloud print, it will shows up in your app dashboard. If not and you want to add new file to be printed, you can upload your files in couple of ways. Whenever you want to print anything, click on option and share button. Choose cloud print from the option and the file, documents, images whichever you have chosen would be sent to your Google Cloud Print.
Once you add it, you will see number of printers you have added to your account.Once you choose appropriate printer from the list, you will be redirected to configuration print page.
You can also check the live status of your documents to be printed sent via your android device.Your document file will be sent to the queue and printed as soon as your printer can.
Do you have a better alternative to print from your Android phone? Let us know how you do it in the comment section below.