The next time you dive into the Google Photos editor, you may notice some of the tools locked behind the paid wall. As part of its ongoing rollout, Google is adding a new feature to a color pop feature that users can apply to any photo, not just ones that include depth information. It’s imperative that you’ll need to sign up for Google One before you can edit your photos with the new color. When Google first started rolling out Photos to users, it looked like it was turning a previously free tool into something you pay for, but it isn̵7;t, according to the company.
A company spokesperson told Engadget, “In Google Photos, color pop is a feature that continues to be available for everyone to use for free. “As part of the ongoing rollout that began earlier this year, Google One members can apply the feature to even more people photos, including those without details.”