The Globe and Mail has launched a free service to help you create and share a digital printout with your friends.
The print service will allow you to print a file on a variety of devices, including iPads, smartphones, laptops and tablets.
You can print from a smartphone, laptop, tablet or PC.
The service will also allow you download a printable file to share with others.
“Our aim with this service is to allow you the freedom to create a printout for your friends, family and even the whole world,” said Tom O’Connor, senior vice-president and general manager of GlobePrint.
“It’s a great way to bring the printout to the world and share it with friends and family.”
Users can also share the printouts they create by downloading them to other devices via the app, and they can also upload the files to a printer, which will print them out on any device.
The GlobePrint app also offers a number of print-out tools, including one that will let you print from your smartphone or tablet to a digital printer, or to a computer.
Users can use the print service to print out documents, photos, or anything else on a smartphone or laptop or desktop computer.
The app will automatically upload the file to the GlobePrint server, where it will be sent to a local printer.
The print service is available in Canada only.
It will be available in other countries over the next several months, O’Neill said.
The services are priced at $1.99 per document or $4.99 for an unlimited print run, and users can opt to print with a variety, including full-color photos, full-resolution graphics and logos.
The GlobePrint service also lets you share a file with a group of friends or family members, and can allow users to upload multiple files for the service to automatically upload to the same printer.
O’Connor said that users can also download files from the app to share them with others through the Globe.
The service will only work on Android smartphones and tablets running the latest version of Google’s Android operating system, and the service will not work on Windows devices running Windows 10 or OS X. It is currently available only in the U.S. and Canada, and O’Connor said the service could expand to other countries in the future.
“We’re trying to figure out how to make it easy for everybody,” he said.
“This is a great service that we think people will love.”