The company’s new Photo Books service taps into Photos to intelligently and automatically create physical photo albums in Shutterfly-like fashion. Once you start an album, you can select a range of photos to include in it, and the Photos service will pick out the best images and even lay them out for you, using Google’s machine learning smarts. (You’ll also be able to tweak things if you want, of course.)
Photo Books is live, with Android and iOS apps out now. According to a screenshot flashed on screen during the IO keynote, soft cover albums will start at $9.99 (£TBC), with hardcover albums starting at $19.99 (£TBC).