The Google Photos app has several photo editing features, and these resources are accessible free of charge, and by anyone who installs the app. However, Google is preparing to charge for some of these features through a Google One subscription.
Initially, Google One was an offering of additional storage in your Google Account. Subsequently, the offer was enriched with a few new services, and the most recent to be added is that of Google’s VPN service, which is currently only available in the United States. The next item on this list is Google Photos editing services.
Color Pop is no longer a free resource for Google Photos users
The folks at 9to5Google discovered mentions while digging through the Google Photos app for Android:
As a Google One member you have access to additional editing features Get additional editing features with a Google One subscription Unlock this feature and more with a Google One subscription Unlock more editing features and [storage_space] with a Google One subscription
The truth is, some users have already noticed the change in the Android app. When opening Google Photos, the app informs that Color Pop (in the image above) requires Google One, something that was until now a free editing feature.
So far, the search giant has yet to make any official comment on it, but it’s likely to happen soon.
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