Google Cloud Print now native on all HP printers

HP announced today that all forthcoming HP ePrint-enabled devices will support Google Cloud Print apps on a range of mobile devices.

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Google announced its cloud-based printing service last year to much anticipation, but the last development version of Google Chrome required a proxy solution for printers that didn't carry native support. To update users, HP announced today that all HP ePrint-enabled devices will now support Google Cloud Print apps on a range of mobile devices.

Cloud Print makes it easy to produce printed copies of word processing documents, Web sites, and articles without the need for a mobile printer. The service temporarily hosts the files you attach on its own servers, then sends the document to your printer for output.

Users can also combine the functionality of Cloud Print with HP's ePrint technology (also added to the entire product line) by adding their printer's uniquely assigned e-mail address to their Google account for printable access from any of Cloud Print apps, including Gmail for Mobile, Google Docs for Mobile, and Chrome

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