In 2017, Google announced plans to transfer its own sense of innovation to a medium that was very outdated: photo albums. Google Photos has already grouped your camera roll for you – why not print it out and send a book directly to you, and move your memories from the cloud to your bookshelves?
15 months later, the service is finally available in the UK and it works exactly as promised. Go to the Photo Books website and Google will probably propose photo albums from your cloud collection. In my case, these were sorted on different trips I've had since I activated a Photo & # 39; s account.
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The site, says Google, groups photos on location and time period, and knows how to watch low quality recordings and duplicates. Once it has been chosen, it will put it in a stylish design for you, although you can of course adjust it if you do not like the taste of the AI.
Soft-covered books start at £ 11.99, while hardcover copies go for £ 22.99. Both contain 20 pages, but extras can be added at a rate of 49p / 69p per page to a maximum of 100 pages, which means that you have a book with a softcover of 100 pages & & nbsp; # 39; s for £ 51.19, or a book with a hard cover for £ 78.19. Shipping extra.
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Oddly enough, despite the fact that the full UK price is on the site, it is trying to order that the service is not yet available in the UK – so there are probably still some gremlins in the system that Google has not ironed out.
Given that Google's press team has announced it as being in use, imagine that a solution is coming soon …
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