Amidst the coronavirus pandemic last year, Google introduced a printing service that would have your pictures in the Photos app printed and delivered to your doorstep. The service, which costs $6.99 a month, would make use of AI to automatically pick 10 of your photos each month.
The firm is making additions to the service, which includes the availability of larger print sizes and the option to get deliveries made right to your door, and new canvas print sizes. If you'd like to have photo prints delivered to your home in the U.S., you can do so by paying $0.18 per print, which is exclusive of shipping charges. Four new sizes for photo prints have been added: 11x14, 12x18, 16x20, and 20x30 prints.
There's also an option to get canvas prints, which come in six additional sizes: 8x10, 16x16, 20x30, 24x36, 30x40, and 36x36 inches. Moreover, you can also get photo books made, which can be a reminder of a memorable trip. Google will go through your photos and give you a suggestion by picking photos, or you can simply search your photos and create a photo book from scratch. These are available in both softcover and hardcover and will cost $9.99. For now, photo books are available in the U.S., Canada, and a few European countries.
The premium print series will remain available in the U.S., but changes being made to it include giving users suggestions of 10 recent photos to print, which they can edit, choose a matte or glossy finish or add a border before their photos are shipped. Additionally, they can also get dates printed on the back or turn photos into postcards.