In Pictures: 13 highly productive Android apps that play nice with your PC

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Google Cloud Print Printing options on mobile devices mostly suck. Google's Cloud Print doesn’t. After you connect your printer to Cloud Print—any printer on any Net-connected PC will do, plus you'll need the Chrome browser installed on your computer—you'll be able to print documents and pictures by sharing them to the Cloud Print app via Android baked-in Share options. It's incredibly handy while you're out and about, and if you don't need paper copies, Cloud Print also lets you save screens to your Google Drive as PDFs

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