Google has announced the launch of its AI-driven photo printing and delivery service through Google Photos at a monthly subscription of just $6.99. The company ran its initial test in February this year, and now it is bringing the service back for use by people. People using Google Photos can have 10 photos printed and delivered at their doorstep every month for just about $7, including the shipping cost. The service will automatically send physical prints of the best photos of users upon subscription. Google Photos will start this service for its US customers this month.
Google Photos had teased the Premium Print Series service back in February this year but, now it is rolling it out across the US. However, there is no official word on when the tech giant will release its “photo print and delivery” service worldwide.
You Can Select Photos and Customize The Print
The Premium Print Series service uses machine learning and Google’s AI to automatically recommend 10 high-quality photos for printing each month. The service will be available in the coming weeks for US users. One good thing is that users can skip a month or overrule the automatic suggestions to swap in other images if they want. Once you set your 10 images, you can then choose between matte and glossy finishes or add borders to the printed images. Google also gives you an option to print out some of your photos as card-stock postcards and mail them to your family and friends.
The subscription now provides the same-day printing and pickup service at Walgreens. According to Google, users can now order 4×6, 5×7, or 8×10 size photo prints through Google Photos for same day pickup at Walgreens. This makes it easier for the customers to find a location near them as it doubles the total number of stores available for same-day prints. Google now lets you order same-day prints, canvas prints, or photo books with up to 140 pages.