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Google Photos may put some editing features behind the subscription paywall

Google Photos may put some editing features behind the subscription paywall

Google Photos is a great photo management and editing app. As it became more popular, Google occasionally tried to monetize its photos. Recently, we have launched a subscription service. Customer receives a selection of 10 printed shots monthly. But now by XDA developer (And also highlighted by Android police), Google may be planning to book certain editing tricks that were previously available for free for Google One subscribers. This is one way to ruin your beloved service, Google. Maybe rethink this.

In the code for the latest update of Google Photos, there is a string that clearly indicates that the app is moving in this direction.

As a Google One member, you can access additional editing features.

You can take advantage of additional editing features with your Google One membership.

Unlock this feature and more with your Google One membership.

Use your Google One membership to unlock other editing features and storage {storage_amount}.

But these are more than just hidden code snippets.It seems that Google is already testing this approach with some people, as shared in the screenshot below. XDAMichelle Rahman.

But google says The Verge It doesn’t really lock the free “color pop” tool behind the paywall. It just offers a new version that can be used with more photos than before.

In Google Photos, Color Pop is a feature that anyone can continue to use for free for photos that include depth information (such as portrait mode). As part of an ongoing rollout that began earlier this year, Google One members can apply this feature to more people’s photos, including photos without depth information.

That said, Google doesn’t tell you any other editing tools or features that you might decide to offer exclusively to Google One subscribers, saying “nothing to share.” ..

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With a monthly subscription From $ 1.99 per month Google One isn’t that expensive (for 100GB of cloud storage that spans the entire Google service). It is also used to back up Android devices, which the company recently said. Addition of VPN function For Google One subscribers with a monthly $ 9.99 (2TB storage) plan. However, the idea that you might have to pay a regular fee right away to unlock all the locks that Google Photos offers is still pretty frustrating. Maybe this is the cost of all free photo storage.

Update, 7:30 pm (Eastern Standard Time): We’ve added a Google statement and description that Paywall’s “color pop” feature works with more photos than the original free version.