At the Pixel launch, Google introduced a new Pixel-camera exclusive feature called ‘Night Shot.’ Google has finally rolled out the feature to every Pixel phone. It helps you capture detailed photos even in low-light without a flash or tripod.
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Google has announced the Pixel 3 flagships with a new improved camera and camera APK which sports multiple difference from the current app on Pixels and Pixel 2 XL. These changes include an updated interface, RAW support, and a new panorama mode. Continue reading “Google Pixel 3 Camera brings redesigned UI, RAW support, new panorama mode and more [APK]”
Android P Developer Preview 4 is out and it comes with smaller app updates, and Google Camera is one of them. However, it doesn’t seem to have any live changes, it does have hints of many new features to come, including the much-anticipated RAW support, corrections to wide-angle distortion, multi-channel audio and more. Continue reading “Google Camera v5.3 hints at RAW support, corrections to wide-angle distortion, multi-channel audio and more”
Google is rolling out a new update to its Camera application bringing the version number to 5.2.025, and this brings the much talked Google Lens integration to Pixel and Nexus phones. At the I/O 2018, Google showcased the Lens integration directly into the camera app, and OEMs like Sony, Motorola, OnePlus have started implementing it already, and now Google’s own Pixel and Nexus are getting it. Continue reading “Google Camera update brings Google Lens integration to Pixel and Nexus phones”
Google Camera app on the Pixel smartphones has gained accolades from users as well as critics for its performance. The app which uses a high-end software to process photos, especially scores when it comes to high dynamic range photos thanks to its HDR+ mode. Now, an Ukrainian app developer who goes by name B-S-G, has found a way to transfer that software to any device powered by Snapdragon 820,821 or 835 processor. Continue reading “Modified Google Camera app brings HDR+ feature to Snapdragon 820, 821, 835 phones”
Google has updated its Camera app with a bunch of new features to the Nexus devices. The app gets a UI overhaul and also brings camera improvements. Continue reading “Google Camera app gets new UI, Auto-HDR+ mode for Nexus 6P, 5X and 6”
Google has updated Camera app with new features and improvements. The update bumps the app to version 3.2. Continue reading “Google Camera app v3.2 adds ability to take photos while shooting video and more”
Google has just released v3.1 of its camera app that brings UI changes. Users of Marshmallow devices will now be able to have the camera UI of the Nexus 5X and 6P on their devices too.
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Google Camera app version 2.4.008 that was present in the Android Lollipop Developer Preview has Material design elements. Today Google has updated the Google Camera app to version 2.4.023 on the Play Store that brings the same material design elements to the app. This update also brings compatibility with Android 5.0 (Lollipop) that would roll out for Nexus devices in coming weeks and includes some improvements and bug fixes. Continue reading “Google Camera updated with Material Design, Android 5.0 Lollipop compatibility”
The HTC One M8’s dual camera setup was all about calculating the depth map and rendering a realistic bokeh to relatively bland photos. But recently, Google released a new Camera app that mimicked the same functionality, just with a little extra manual effort. With “Lens Blur” turned on, the software could work its magic and create a depth map which directly helps in creating a bokeh, just like on the HTC One M8. But this depth map can be used for more than just adding blur, like for example, a 3D mode, which was demonstrated in HTC’s software. Want to do the same to the photos from your Kitkat device? Well, thanks to a developer, a solution now exists in the form of “Depthy”, an open source initiative that uses the “Lens Blur” depth map to create a 3D parallax view for your photos, among other things.
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Google has released their stock camera app in the Play Store for all the Android devices running on Android 4.4 (KitKat) and later. This has a new interface and adds a lens blur feature like DSLR. Lens Blur lets you change the point or level of focus after the photo is taken. Once the photo is taken using the Lens Blur mode, you can use the depth-of-field slider to give it a bokeh effect. Continue reading “Google Camera app now available for download on the Play Store”
Google has somewhat tackled the problem of fragmentation by releasing its core apps as separate applications in the Google Play Store, but it is only a small towards a very big problem. According to Engadget, Google is working on a separate Camera application for Android smartphones that it will soon launch on Google Play Store.
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