Google revives its AI-fueled photo printing service

Joanna Estrada
October 22, 2020

It seems like yesterday when there was no such thing as Google Photos, and you did not have unlimited space for your pictures and videos. This way, anyone who uses Google Photos can select and order prints from the app.

Google has added new ways to print your photos with same-day printing in the USA where the users can get 10 high-quality photo prints delivered to their homes every month. Plus it's easy to skip a month or cancel altogether.

Earlier this year, Google launched a trial for a $8/month subscription service that allowed people to have a portion of their Google Photos automatically printed and sent to them in the mail.

The all-new Premium Print Series looks somewhat similar to what google had tested before, yet comes with different sets of customization and characteristic. The most notable difference is its significantly lower price, at just $6.99 in comparison with the previous $8.

Users can choose between receiving matte or glossy finishes, as well as whether they would like to see a border or not.

However, the revived version called the Premium Print Series is looking to learn from the past experiences and will give more control and freedom to the customers.

The printing subscription should be available later in October.

The premium print series will start rolling out later this month in the United States and people can order same-day prints, canvas prints or photo books (now with up to 140 pages). According to Google, the addition of Walgreens locations will almost double the total number of stores available for same day prints.

In addition to the announcement of the premium printing series, Google is expanding its printing service to include Walgreens (alongside CVS and Walmart) on the same day.

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