Back in April, Google’s Cloud Print web service began letting users print documents at FedEx stores around the US directly from their computers and mobile devices. Well, four months later FedEx is expanding its cloud operations, adding the ability to print documents from Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box, both straight from the company’s copy machines, and using its web interface. The expanded options will let you log in to your cloud storage accounts and navigate to the documents you want without having to worry about moving documents between apps, which can be time consuming on mobile devices. The service should make things easier for a lot of users, especially those that aren’t familiar with Google Cloud Print, and we expect the results to be way better than photocopying your phone.
FedEx website and copiers let you print straight from Box, Google Drive, and Dropbox
FedEx is adding compatibility with web storage services Google Drive, Dropbox, and Box to its copiers and web interface, allowing users to print documents in the cloud. Customers will be able to navigate to pull up cloud documents directly from the company's copiers by entering the login credentials.
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