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Google is testing a new auto-print a pass for the Photos

Google is testing a new auto-print a pass for the Photos

Google images is always to obtain a new smart features to help you organize and manage your photos. Recently, the app will be expanded to offer canvas prints of the photos or albums to put together. Right now, Google + is a new way to provide hard copies of your favorite photos.

If 9to5Google reported that some users are being redirected to a new feature in Google images for a subscription program that allows you to select and send a photo print made up of each and every month. The feature is currently in beta phase, so-called, as an introduction to a wider roll-out in the future.

The program provides you with three options as to what kind of photos, Google is out in front of you. You can choose to have people and their pets, the most popular option, especially in the countryside, and nature, or a mix of it all.

The new plan, the program is priced at $7.99 per month for up to 10 prints, so each print is approximately eighty-five cents. This is significantly higher than that of normal images, which Google will provide, starting in the fourth quarter of each (one copy can be had for about $0.33). However, this is for pick-up at your local drug store, as it will be sent to you, and that is not good for auto-curation processes.

Historically, the Google Photos, the store has offered for the physical albums, as early as of 2021, while the auto-generated albums, and canvas prints that came later. We don’t know when or if it will be on the run, officially, but, on the whole, this is a new subscription offering, it seems to be a good fit for those who want an easy way to create a number of virtual items in the real world.

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