Google photos offer a printed photos subscription service


Google Photos is the service of managing images and videos through the cloud-related to the Google account and which since 2017 also offers the printing service of paid photo books.

In this context, the latest new features of Google Photos has arrived. It is a new type of subscription that provides a monthly fee to print the 10 best shots taken in the last 30 days. They are automatically selected by Google’s algorithms according to the directives of the ‘user. In fact, the user himself will be able to set one of three themes to select the shots. The prints will arrive in 10 x 15cm format.

Google’s new monthly subscription is currently available exclusively in the United States. It is in a trial version, and it costs approximately $7.99 per month.

Google Photos app

It is worth to mention that recently, Google Photos application was getting a new update that will allow you to zoom in on the videos. The function is currently hidden, but should soon be activated by Google.

Google Photos app is still getting new updates, which is becoming more and more feature-rich. The service recently had the right to a rapid sharing function. But also the integration of a document scanner, without forgetting the advanced recognition of faces.

With version 4.33 of the application, a new function has appeared, This function allows you to zoom in the videos from the gallery simply with the famous pinch to zoom gestures. A welcome addition as our smartphones are more and more efficient for filming videos and capturing memories. In all likelihood, this function should soon be activated by Google.

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