Epson has announced support for Android Printing, the native printing platform introduced in AndroidKitKat (version 4.4). With Android Printing, mobile users can effortlessly print documents, photos, web pages and emails without the need for a dedicated printing app.
Over 100 new and legacy Epson-Connect enabled printers and all-in-ones now offer built-in printing support for the latest Android smartphones and tablets from manufacturers including Google, HTC and Samsung.
“Epson is proud to support the new built-in Android Printing feature introduced in KitKat,” said Kevin Toes, Epson Europe. “It’s a major leap forward for Android users and developers alike. Now, KitKat devices will be able to easily print to new and legacy Epson printers from both pre-installed Google apps as well as new apps currently under development. This means a new generation of Android users will realise the benefit of mobile printing with just a few taps.”
Android Printingenables Android device users to print seamlessly without the need for a specific printing app. Users can discover available printers, change paper sizes, choose specific pages to print, and print almost any kind of document, image or file. Following a download of the free Epson Print Enabler, users can easily print emails, photos, web content or important business documents to any compatible Epson printer model, as well as access and support a current range of print-enabled Google Play apps, including Chrome, Drive, Gallery, Gmail, Photos and Quickoffice.
Epson Connect mobile printing solutions makes it easier and more powerful than ever for users to print documents, photos, emails and web pages from anywhere in the world using an Epson Connect-enabled printer and a tablet, smartphone or computer.*1In addition, Epson is a member of the MopriaAlliance, further underscoring its ongoing dedication to advancing mobile printing standards that allow users to easily and conveniently print regardless of brand, device or operating system.