KODAK Document Print App
By Eastman Kodak Company
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The FREE KODAK Document Print App lets you easily send web pages, Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, text files, and most pictures from your iOS device to any KODAK printer. To use this app, you need to have a Google Cloud Print account and ANY KODAK printer* that is registered and connected to the Google Cloud Print service.
To learn more about Google Cloud Print and Kodak Email Print, please visit www.kodak.com/go/cloudprinting. To learn how to register for cloud printing services, please visit www.kodak.com/go/cloudprintingsetup.
Once your printer is registered with Google Cloud Print, launch the KODAK Document Print App, login with your Google account, and start printing!
Note: If you want to print pictures over a wi-fi connection, with more formatting control, try the KODAK Pic Flick app in the iOS App Store.
1. Access photos on your device, or photos and documents** on Google Docs, Dropbox, or Evernote. Send them to your printer using Google Cloud Print.
2. Access and view web pages using the app’s built in browser. Send them to your printer using Google Cloud Print.
*ANY KODAK printer works with Google Cloud Print. Please visit www.kodak.com/go/cloudprintingsetup to learn how to register your Kodak printer for Cloud Printing.
**Supported photos and documents: MICROSOFT WORD, MICROSOFT POWERPOINT, MICROSOFT EXCEL, PDFs, text files, web pages, and images such as jpg, jpeg, bmp, png, gif, and tiffs.
Supported languages: English - NA, English - UK, French, German, Italian, Portuguese - Brazil, Spanish
Thank you kodak!
Finally I can print directly from my iPhone to my printer from anywhere in the world! Well almost , still need to have my computer on or turn it on after I sent the print job. I have an ESP9 and it's not designed for cloud printing but Kodak made a work around for it by creating a print server on my computer. It works great! If your computer is on it prints right away, if it's off all the print jobs will wait till you start your computer. Yes you need a google account and a little time to set it up but after done you can print anything from anywhere making even non cloud printers print anything with ease.
Not the Greatest
I guess it's ok in a pinch, but if you try to print a photo from Camera Roll on an iPhone it doesn't select the photo tray… how incompetent programming is that? Since I have an ESP-9, which doesn't print text documents anymore, I tried using Kodak's ePrint service. When I send a photograph using this service, it selects the photo tray OK but doesn't format (crop) the photo to fit the paper size in the tray. Again, incompetent programming. The HP ePrint option is much better and certainly a lot easier to set up, plus their printers are airplay capable.
Connect through Google to print??
Really, this is the dumbest thing ever. Why on earth would I connect to Google to print a webpage on my iPad?
Further, it's nice, I guess to have so MANY tiny little Kodak apps that do this minute thing or that thing. How about giving us a powerhouse of an app that will actually let you print, do some minor edits and even layout a spread with multiple photos on it using a click and choose selection method?
I am sick to death of downloading app after app to try and connect to my flippin' printer. Ugh.
- Category: Utilities
- Released: Nov 02, 2012
- Version: 1.0.6
- Size: 4.5 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Seller: Eastman Kodak Company
- © 2012 Eastman Kodak Ltd.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.