Google is allegedly alive on a cable account that will print a alternative of your photos monthly, then bear them to you in neat 4×6 format. The trick is that Google will select which things to print from your Photos library. Depending on your lifestyle, it’ll either sound like a absorbing thing to get or a massive waste of money.

A tipster, speaking to 9to5Google, said the big G is trialing the cable account with select users in the US. We’ve contacted Google to find out more about it. You can appeal that Google‘s algorithm pick you out pics of people, landscapes, or a little bit of everything. Then, once a month, Google will send a packet absolute 10 4×6 photos (on white cardstock with a 1/8? border) to your house — all for $8. From a purely artful perspective, it’s a lovely notion, as concrete photos offer a nice bit of abidingness for your pretty pictures. Google also notes that they make great gifts.

My first anticipation was horror that Google‘s algorithm would arbitrarily select photos for me from the many weird ones I’ve taken. On any given month, I can have some absolutely camp images crop up in my photo reel due to the nature of my job — last month alone, I had the arguable amusement of getting screenshots of AI-generated foot pics on behalf of a colleague. That’s not absolutely article I need a print of.

However, that doesn’t seem to be an issue, based on the screenshots from 9to5Google, in which Google assures users to they can edit the photos before they’re printed. It kind of deflates the acceptable notion that you’ll be able to just irenic accept admirable photos every month, but I guess that’s the accommodation you have to decide if you can live with.

Still, now I have the adverse concern: some months I just don’t do annihilation of note. Or at least, what I achieve might not be article worth taking a account of. My life is not a alluring one, and that suits me fine — but it seems like a waste of $8 to get prints of the random things I take pictures of on a quiet month, which I’ll apparently look at once and eventually throw away.

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