Google Photos photo books now support multiple images on a single page, just after the service was rolled out to more countries around the world…
Google Photos keeps getting more powerful all the time. It recently announced Live Albums, a way to share photos and update when new pics are added. Back in June, the platform introduced Love Story movies, along with location editing on the web. Now, it’s expanding support for Photo Books to include multiple pics on one page.
Google Photos Photo Books One Page Multiple Image Support Debuts
Apparently, Google recognizes there’s still a market for hard copy prints. The search giant even slipped in a promotion for the tool at Google I/O 2017. It emphasized how Photo Books within Google Photos utilizes machine learning to automate the creation process.
Google Photos Photo Books are available on the web, as well as on Android and iOS apps. Simply select the desired images and Google arranges them, then asks for final approval before the product goes to the printer.
With the update, Photo Books can feature as many as four images on a single page. Additionally, there are five different collage templates available for more customization.
Google Photos Photo Books start at $9.99 and go up to $19.99, with various options. The new tools are live on Android, iOS, and desktop.