Creating memories starts with a single photo. If you want your photos to be more than just a part of your digital album, Google Photos has your back.
Google Photos offers a new subscription service that will allow you to have your photos printed.
What You Will Get
For a monthly fee of $7.99, you will automatically receive 10 prints of your photos in 4×6 inch, matte white cardstock with 1/8-inch border. These photos will be automatically selected from the photos you have taken for the last 30 days.
Upon delivery, your photos will be inside a cardboard envelope where, as per Google, you can put it on the fridge, in a frame, or give as gifts.
You Have Three Options For Selecting
Google will have its own algorithms in picking the photos to be printed each month. However, you can also pre-select your photos to make sure you will love the photos Google will print for you. You will have three options to edit your selection.
First is the most people and pets. These photos will feature your best monets with people and your pets. Second is the mostly landscapes. Your photos will feature shots of sceneries, outdoors, city scapes and the like. Third is a little bit of everything. It will be a mix of the best times you have with people, travel, landscapes
It is a Trial Program
As of now, the print subscription service is still on a trial program. Google has yet to announce the full details of the service and it will roll out after the trial ends. This trial program is available in the US.
Those who want to sign up for the service can do so from the promotional banner that appear on the top of Google Photos. Just click on the “You’re invited to the monthly photograph prints trial” banner.
An Expansion of the Print store
Google Photos’ print subscription is an expansion of the service’s Print store. In 2017, it started printing softcover and hardcover photos and expanded to canvas prints in 2019. The service is also in partnership with CVS and Walmart for its direct printing.
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