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Google Photos tests monthly subscription service to auto-print your best pictures

03 February 2020 0

Google Photos is the best app to organize your memories and backup them to the cloud. But, of late it has also become a great place to offer physical prints of your memories. No matter how advanced the tech has become, some things still look the best in their classic form and the physical print of the photos is one of them. Google understood the need quite well and brought a way so that people keep their memories in a basic form.

Now, Google is updating the way it offers you prints with a subscription plan so that you could get them delivered at your doorstep every month. Google is starting a “monthly photo prints” subscription program that sends you 10 prints every month automatically.


Google will auto-print these pictures, according to what theme you have selected. While the Google Photos app will smartly select your best pictures to auto-print, you would still need to pick one of three themes to get the process started. These include "Most people and pets," "Mostly landscapes," and "A little bit of everything." This is like guiding the app on what kind of photos you’d like to be delivered. Remember, you just need to select that “kind” and the rest will be automatically done by the app itself.


Google will send you 10 prints that will be “automatically selected from your last 30 days of photos,” according to what’s been tipped to 9to5Google. The monthly subscription plan is priced at $7.99 and the subscribers will get 4x6 pictures printed on matte, white cardstock that features a 1/8-inch border.

As per the report, these pictures are delivered in a cardboard envelope. This program is classified as a “trial program” in the US for now. Those selected will see a “You’re invited to the monthly photo prints trial” banner to join the top of Google Photos on the web.

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