Google recently announced that in a few days that is this week only it is officially going to shut down the Cloud Print. Everyone knew that this day is going to come in 2019, but the day is now finally here. So, consider this a friendly reminder for yourself. Most of the people are thinking that shut down won’t be anything more than a minor inconvenience when they will discover that Cloud Print is their default printing option. However, to know if it’s true or not you can go and check the print settings in your app like Chrome.
Cloud Print was a service launched by Google early in the year 2010 just to make it easier for people with Chrome OS devices to print their documents. This was a setting that came at the point of time when printer support in Chrome OS was lackluster. However, in the year 2017, the company added a native printing option. This was something that allows you to connect your Chrome OS device to any of the compatible printers on your network, without any need for Cloud Connection.
Ergo, if you are interested in having an honor Cloud Print before it goes to join the Google graveyard, why not print it and read it again?