Kyocera Document Solutions America, Inc., a leading document solutions company, added two applications to its business portfolio: Kyocera Mobile Print and Kyocera Cloud Connect.
Kyocera Mobile Print is an application for iOS and Android mobile devices that lets users connect wireless to compatible Kyocera printing devices and multifunction printers (MFPs) on a local area network.
Once connected users can print photos and documents stored on a mobile device; scan documents on a compatible MFP and save them to a mobile device; send documents via email; and, print web pages accessed through the app’s build-in web browser, according to the company.
Kyocera Cloud Connect is an application that enables scanning and printing of files in Evernote, a cloud service provider, directly from Kyocera’s HyPAS-enabled MFP Control Panels.
Evernote is a cloud-based productivity app that’s available for mobile, tablet and other devices. Users of Kyocera Cloud Connect require an Evernote account.
Cloud Connect enables users to: upload scanned files directly to Evernote from any HyPAS-enabled product eliminating the need to send scanned files to or from a computer; and retrieve and print files stored in Evernote directly from a Kyocera HyPAS-enabled product in file formats including JPEG, PDF and TIFF, according to the vendor.
The new apps from Kyocera will be available in April 2012.