Kodak's Document Print app means never visiting the girl from the Xerox place

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Kodak's Document Print app means never visiting the girl from the Xerox place
Printing on the road usually leaves you at the mercy of your local Kinkos FedEx Office, but as long as you've got one of Kodak's cloud-print enabled Hero printers, you can avoid getting gouged. The company's just released an Android app that lets you print nearly everything, even webpages as long as they're accessed from the baked-in browser -- provided that you've left your home printer switched on. You can pull it down for free from the Android market from today and if you're interested, head on past the break for an unusually terse press release from the company.
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Kodak Launches Document Cloud Printing App for ANDROID OS Devices

Rochester, N.Y., December 05 -- Continuing to make printing from smartphones and tablets easy and accessible, Kodak today launched its free KODAK Document Print App1 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 PrintTM.

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.
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