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Free access to MyHeritage Photo Enhancer and MyHeritage In Color for one month

Got a black and white photo? Have a blurry mug shot? Now's your chance to have these photographs enhanced and colorized. MyHeritage's new technology is now unlocked and free for anyone to use from August 11 through September 10, 2020. From my personal experience, it is incredible! Give it a try for free. Below is the announcement written by MyHeritage.

Starting today we’re unlocking both our popular photo tools — MyHeritage Photo Enhancer and MyHeritage In Color™ — for a whole month, until September 10, 2020. Normally, these features can be used by non-subscribers on up to 10 photos each, while users with a Complete plan enjoy unlimited use. But now, for a whole month, anyone can enhance and colorize as many photos as they’d like for free!


This continues our tradition of giving back to the community. With so many people currently confined to their home and doing their best to stay safe and healthy — we’re giving everyone a fun way to pass the time and enjoy genealogy!

Using these tools, you can get to know your ancestors in a whole new way. Your old, faded, black and white family photos will come to life, in full color and sharp focus — making them look almost as though they were taken yesterday.


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Let me know when you do the free month of photo enhancement again. I just found out early this morning, so, only one day to try it and I’m having trouble with it.


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