Google Photos is testing a monthly print subscription.
The company is running a trial in the US for a new service - costing $8 a month - which will send users physical copies of their best snapshots.
According to 9to5Google, the subscription would send users 10 prints which will be "automatically selected from your last 30 days of photos".
Users will be able to customise the selection by choosing between three themes, including people and pets, landscapes or simply "a little bit of everything".
The tech giant will send out 4x6-inch pictures - each with a one-eighth-inch boarder - on matte white cardstock.
As it stands, the test is only available in the US, and Google has clarified whether or not there will be a wider roll out in the future.