Google is offering free download of images for iPhone and Android devices to help them track their users usage, reports The Verge.
The free print images can be used to track users who have been using an app, the report adds.
The free download will be available on July 25, the first day of the year.
The app is available for free on iOS and Android, but requires a paid subscription to unlock all features.
The new feature, which will be called “Print Graph Paper”, is similar to Google’s own Free Paper service, which allows users to print graphs.
Users can now get free PDF files for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, with the new free download available for $2.99.
It also has a subscription fee of $2 per month for a year, and will be expanded to $4.99 for all platforms on July 31.
Google will also continue to provide free services to Apple and Android users, such as “Google Drive” and “Google Reader”.