Google Photos can now send larger print size photos to users’ homes

According to the latest reports, during the COVID-19 pandemic last year, Google launched a printing service that can print out the photos of users in the Photos application and send them to their doorsteps. The service costs US$6.99 per month and uses artificial intelligence to automatically select 10 photos per month.

The company is increasing this service, including offering larger print sizes and direct home delivery options as well as new canvas print sizes. If you want to print a photo to your home in the United States, users can pay $0.18 for each print-but shipping is not included. Four new sizes have been added for photo printing: 11×14, 12×18, 16×20 and 20×30.

In addition, users can also choose canvas printing, which has 6 sizes to choose from: 8×10, 16×16, 20×30, 24×36, 30×40 and 36×36 inches. In addition, you can also make a photo album, which can remind users of an unforgettable trip. Google will browse the user’s photos and provide a suggestion for them by picking photos or can simply search for photos and create an album from scratch. These albums are available in paperback and hardback editions and are priced at $9.99. Currently, photo albums are available in the United States, Canada and some European countries.

The advanced print series is still available in the United States, but some modifications have been made to it, including providing users with printing recommendations for 10 recent photos-users can edit these photos before shipping them, and choose matte or glossy treatments Or add a border. In addition, they can also print the date on the back or turn the photo into a postcard.

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