The Google+ community has reacted with confusion and anger after the Google+ app has been pulled from the Google store.
In a post on the Google Play Store, Google said that the Google print service is no longer supported and users will need to download a separate app.
However, the GooglePrint app is still available for download on Google Play for Android.
The Google print app was also available for Windows, Mac and Linux in beta and has now been pulled.
This is unfortunate for Google, which has a strong print-centric product portfolio.
But it’s also a reminder of the many ways that Google can build a vibrant digital ecosystem that is relevant to a broad swath of its customers.
It’s unclear what Google plans to do about the Google Print app.
Google has not yet responded to a request for comment.
The Google+ team told CBS News that it is currently reviewing its platform options to support Google Print.
We will update this post when we have more information.
Google has been testing Google Print in several markets around the world, including in London, Tokyo, Singapore, Taiwan and Singapore.
The service has been in beta for a few months.
In addition to Google’s printer, Google Print also offers an offline version of the app.
The offline version is currently available for the Google Chrome web browser.
Google Chrome users can also access the service in their desktop browser.
Google is not the first company to pull a print service from the store.
Apple has pulled the Print+ online service in the past, and it has been a staple of the iPad platform.
Google’s removal of the print service comes after it removed the offline version from Google Play.
Apple removed the Print++ app from the App Store earlier this month.