Well, there’s a new one on the block, you can now print unlimited copies of your snap with Google photos. Yes, this is actually true.
According to TechRadar, Google Photos may be one of the most popular ways to store your digital snaps, but that’s not all as it’s also expanding its print photo offerings too including the ability to order as many physical copies of your favorite snaps as you like.
Previously, Google Photos’ delivery service chose your ten ‘best’ photos each month, (according to its AI algorithm) and will have them delivered to you for a fixed fee a month.
But you can now decide which snaps you want prints of within the app and order unlimited copies of them, starting at a fixed fee per print. You can get details on the fee here.
You Can Now Print Unlimited Copies of Your Snap with Google Photos
Even though you can now print unlimited copies of your snap with Google photos, like before, you can order in 4x6in, 5x7in, or 8x10in sizes, but there are also four new print sizes on offer they are, 11x14in, 12x18in, 16x20in and 20x30in.
If you need your snaps super-urgently, you can also order your prints for same-day pick-up from local stores, including Walmart, CVS, and Walgreens.
These wider print options aren’t the only new additions to Google Photos in the US. There are also some new canvas print options, which Google says are “responsibly crafted with premium materials”.
Over the next few weeks, it’ll be adding six extra canvas print sizes (8×10, 16×16, 20×30, 24×36, 30×40, and 36×36) to its options, which start at a fixed fee.
This all comes on top of Google Photos’ existing printing options, including photo books and the ‘premium print series’, which was its existing service that delivered ten card-stock photos for your home for $6.99 per month.
Google Takes Another Big Step into Photo Prints
Google has been in the photo printing game since way back in 2018 when it launched its first photo book service in the US. But it was only last year that it started test-driving its AI-powered ‘Premium Print Service’, before ending the pilot on June 30, 2020.
That service restarted in October 2020, and now Google has shown that it’s fully committed to giving us physical copies of the digital snaps we have stored in its cloud service.
Google Photos isn’t the cheapest photo printing service around, with the likes of Walmart and Snapfish often coming in at under ten cents per print. But it does offer the significant convenience factor of letting you print directly from an app where many people back up their phone snaps.
There are further areas that Google could expand into, including metal prints and wood prints, but its new range is certainly a good start for most non-professional users. You can get more details on this article by simply visiting this link.