On November 22nd, according to XDA, Google’s cloud printing service will officially end on January 1, 2021, and all devices, including Android and Chrome OS, will no longer support cloud printing. Google says it hopes users will find alternatives within the next year.
Google Cloud Print is a cloud computing-based service launched by Google, which was proposed in April 2010 to provide remote printing services for the Chrome OS operating system, a technology that enables client devices and printers to connect and print remotely.
With Google Cloud Printing, you can send documents or images from anywhere to the specified printer. For example, you can print on your home computer using an office printer, or in a commonly used application using a home printer, making printing easy without installing drivers or downloading software.
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