Google Photos offers to print your photos and deliver them directly to your home
While Google Photos already allows you to store your photos on your smartphones or in the cloud, the American giant’s service now allows you to order prints of specific photos and have them delivered directly to your home.
If you’d rather keep non-digital memories of your last vacation, Google now gives you the option of having your photos printed in a book or making individual prints. Even better, the American giant will be able to send the photos directly to your home.
Previously, the Google Photos delivery service would pick your ten “best” card stock photos (according to its AI algorithm) every month and deliver them to you for $ 7 per month, or $ 9.99 per month to find them in. a book. From now on, US users can have photos of their choice printed for just $ 0.18 per photo (excluding shipping).
Google has been in the photo printing business since 2018, but Google ended the AI-powered “premium print service” project on June 30, before finally reopening it in October.
Different print sizes are available
In addition to allowing specific photo prints, Google now offers more sizes for the photos it prints. In addition to the older 4 × 6, 5 × 7 and 8 × 10 inch formats, prints can be ordered in four additional sizes: 11 × 14 inches, 12 × 18, 16 × 20 and 20 × 30 inches. In addition to classic photos, Google also allows you to order canvases. In the United States, six additional sizes have also been added: 8 × 10, 16 × 16, 20 × 30, 24 × 36, 30 × 40, and 36 × 36 inches.
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For those in a hurry who don’t want to wait for delivery, the US giant is also offering the option to pick up photos from a local Google store and have them printed instantly. For the moment, this service is only available in the United States, but we hope that Google will one day bring it to more markets. Apart from cardstock and canvases, it would also be interesting to see Google diversify the media by printing photos on metal or wood.