Here, we go over how to print labels in PDF format from an Android device. We also share Google's recommendations for printing through some third-party apps, since they discontinued their Cloud Print service 👍

Printing Labels from your Android Device via the Built-in PDF Printer for Chrome / Google Drive

  • Click on the "Print Label" button of the label you’d like to save as a PDF file
  • Tap the three-dot vertical icon on the top right-hand side corner of your screen
  • Tap Print, then on Select a Printer. From there, choose the Save as PDF option
  • Tap the Save icon that appears towards the right-hand side corner, below the Save as PDF option

On some devices, that "Print" option may be missing 🙈 Instead, you can:

  • Click on the "Print Label" button of the label you’d like to save as a PDF file
  • Tap the three-dot vertical icon on the top right-hand side corner of your screen
  • Tap Share, then Chrome > Print. Next, tap Select a Printer, and from there, choose the Save as PDF option
  • Tap the Save icon that appears towards the right-hand side corner, below the save as PDF option

The same steps can be used to print to PDF for Android tablet devices 😉 For a more in-depth guide on printing from your Android device, check out this Lifewire guide.

Google's Recommendations for Online Printing

Since Google discounted their Cloud Print service, they suggest these cloud-print partners:

Note: the only free option of all of these is PaperCut.com's “Mobility Print” option. All the other options cost money 💰

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