Google is expanding the Google Cloud Print service with a new product, Google Ink.
Google is rolling out the Ink service in India as well as the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and will roll it out in select European markets later this year.
Google Ink, as the service is officially called, will enable users to print, print out, or scan documents using Google’s cloud printing technology.
Google Ink will be available in India, the US and Canada, and in some markets, including the UK and Australia, by the end of March.
The service will work like a standard print server with the inkjet printer, but it also lets users share photos, documents, and videos with other users.
The ink can be stored on a Google Drive account, but will also be available to other users for printout.
The service is also designed to be used in tandem with Google’s Android-based desktop software, which is a popular way for people to print documents.
In addition to the ink and a printer, Google also has support for image-editing software, document viewing, and video-editting software.
Google announced Ink last year, and it is now available in the Google Play Store.
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