The cloud, everything is in the cloud now! I don’t know how I feel about that, I like my data just floating around out there for possibly anyone to get access to. Do you? How do you feel about the cloud? Anyway, this new app from Kodak let’s you print to your Kodak printer from your Android device from anywhere.

 

Continuing to make printing from smartphones and tablets easy and accessible, Kodak today launched its free KODAK Document Print App(1) for ANDROID OS Devices. Consumers can now send documents from their ANDROID OS device directly to their KODAK All-in-One Printer using Google Cloud Print.

Supported files include web pages, MICROSOFT OFFICE documents including MICROSOFT WORD, POWERPOINT and EXCEL, PDF and text files, as well as image files. In addition to printing files that are located locally on an ANDROID OS device, files can be accessed on Google Docs, DROPBOX and EVERNOTE Sites. Web pages can be accessed using the KODAK Document Print App’s built-in browser.

“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.”

The KODAK Document Print App is available now in the ANDROID Market.

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.kodak.view&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5rb2Rhay52aWV3Il0.

(1) The KODAK Document Print App is compatible with all KODAK All-in-One Printers and most ANDROID OS Devices using v2.2 or later. KODAK Printer must be registered with and connected to Google Cloud Print.

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    • Hi Camilo, not really sure what you are meaning that this site is dead, but feel free to email me any comments you might have. I also sent you an email but I am not sure the address was right. Happy to hear your comments. 

      • I guess it’s because I’ve been a devoted reader since the fuze days…All the articles now are spamish IOS apps, filler product reviews.  Not many articles get comments because not many articles are worth disscussing anymore; No doug simmons rant posts, no Ramons biased posts, lack of murani, Dr. Jim’s psycology of technology posts…it feels like everyone but David K has abandoned mobilitydigest, and sadly i find myself going to alternative sites which are not nearly as engaging, fun, and personal as this one once was.

      • So you don’t like to learn about new apps and accessories etc hitting the market? and you don’t like to learn about how a product fares in a review? Hmm, no offense but I guess it’s good not a lot of people think like you… I wonder then how Engadget and Gizmodo got so big considering all they post is PR and a few reviews here and there… 

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