Google Photos Test Auto-Printing Subscription Service

Google Photos is one of the most famous platforms for Android users to backup their data as well as share a huge number of photos easily with their contacts. Google Photos provides users with many features from creating movies and albums to detecting duplicate pictures and deleting them. Just like Facebook, Google Photos also shows up “Memories” from years ago. 

Google has now come up with a new service ‘Photo Prints’ which is a monthly subscription whereupon the subscribers will receive a print of their best photos. Out of all the pictures clicked in a month, Google will automatically identify the top ten and will send a print of those at the end of every month.  

Google Photos gives its subscribers a choice between themes like ‘Person and Pets’, ‘Landscapes’, and ‘A little bit of everything’. Once the choice is made by the subscriber, Google will identify photos around the selected theme and print them on a 4×6 white cardstock with a 1/8-inch border.


The photos are “perfect to put on the fridge, in a frame, or to give as gifts to the important”. Google Photos provides its subscribers with an option to edit the chosen photos before they get printed and arrive at their footsteps. 

This new feature provided by Google is a paid subscription of $8 per month. It is available on a trial basis only in the US. The subscription seems like a good idea for an avid collector or a photographer who wants to keep a print of their best shots handy.

It definitely makes as one of the most precious gifts one can get for their loved ones. However, it is not a good option for people who are not that keen on clicking pictures or even getting clicked. For this feature to work out one needs to have at least 10 pictures good enough to be printed every month.