Google ends sending printed images
Google ends sending printed images

Droid Life has reported that Google has ended its testing program for its service, which uses a special algorithm in its library of Google Photo Imaging services to send selected printed images to users.

The US tech giant launched a service in February in the United States at a cost of $ 7.99 per month to send 10 photos 6 inches long and 4 inches wide. These photos were taken in the last 30 days. .

The print service allows users to specify the functions that should be given priority when selecting photos for printing, such as: b. Portraits of people and pets, landscapes, etc. This service also allows users to change selected images before printing.

According to Droid Life, Google has sent a message to subscribers to inform them that the service will be canceled after June 30.

The company said in its message: "We have appreciated your valuable feedback over the past few months. You have provided us with a lot of useful information on how to develop this feature, and we hope it will be widely used. Please open your eyes to future updates."

It is not clear whether and when Google will restart this service widely. Or she suspended her sex life indefinitely.

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