Whether it gets old or not, you might think to print wirelessly. While iOS is there with full support of Wireless Printing services, Android itself doesn’t support it. What’s the reason behind this scenario, we don’t know yet. So, we have to rely on the services of the third party apps. Cloud printing services are very famous these days as people want to be more comfortable whether in home or office. Cloud printing lets you print with ease. You might be feeling the urge to print wirelessly right now. Be with us to know exactly how to do it.
First, you’ve to know the root of cloud print so that you can use various ways to do it properly based on your choice. Suppose, you’ve set up your office LAN with a wireless router, an emails peeps up on your Smartphone, you might feel the urge to print it wirelessly, on that case cloud printing may come handy to you. Think of another scenario. You are in your home your colleague wants to have a print out which was sent to your mail and you can’t forward the mail. Therefore, cloud printing is absolute must for you.
Google Cloud Print
In the last week of January Google has released its cloud printing service which was running on beta in the last year. It is currently be of use for Windows operating system based PCs, but Google is planning to make it workable for MAC or LINUX users. Recently, I’ve used this service and it is pretty easy to set up. First, your printer needs to be connected with the Google Cloud Printing service, and then it’s very easy. Just open up your Gmail app or Browser from your Android and select “print”. There you go, you are done.
Third Party Apps
If you are not a big fan of Google and you don’t want to pick Google as your printing service you may take the help from a third party app. You can use apps like PrinterShare, which has another name PrinterAnywhere. As its name suggests it can print anywhere you like. If you want to take a print out from your Wi-Fi or Bluetooth supported printer, then you can take the help of this amazing app. It’s pretty straight forward to set up and the trial version lets you print 20 pages to see if its working for you. It is worth the money you pay for the service.
So, if you want to ease your printing facilities, don’t wait any longer. Grab your snack from these awesome tools to enjoy living a wireless life through Android Cloud Printing.