In late August and early September we blogged about Google expanding the Google Print program on an international scale and also releasing several Google Print “only” interfaces for countries where the primary language is English. Today, word from Mountain View that several new Google Print “only” interfaces are now online for non-English speaking countries.
From the news release:
International versions of Google Print will be available as a preliminary demonstration project from the Google Labs page in each country. Book results will also be integrated into Google search results pages in these countries and shown when a user’s query is relevant to a book. These services highlight the benefits publishers and authors receive when participating in the Google Print program.
Postscript: As of about 22.30 GMT the print only interfaces for Austria, Belgium, and Switzerland don’t appear to be live yet.