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Now you can design Google Photo Books on iOS or Android

But only if you're in the US.
Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
May 26, 2017
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Among the many things Google announced at I/O 2017 last week, one of them was the ability for people to create and order physical albums with Google Photos. The only problem with that, however, is you could only use it through a desktop browser. Thankfully, the search giant has updated its Photos app on iOS and Android to support the new feature, letting you use your mobile device to easily order a book of your favorite images -- which can be created automatically using Google's AI.

The softcover albums (7-inch, 20 pages) will cost you $10, while the more premium hardcover (9-inch, 20 pages) is $20. Unfortunately, you're only able to buy one if you're in the US, and there's no word on whether Google plans to bring the service elsewhere anytime soon.

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