We were given our first take a look at the new and stepped forward Google Camera app while it introduced at the Nexus 6P and 5X. After a temporary second of exclusivity, it kind of feels Google is after all in a position to convey the up to date UI to all Android 6.0+ devices with a new update rolling out these days within the Play Store.
Aside from a new UI, Google Camera 3.1 brings swiping gestures to temporarily transfer among nonetheless pictures and video purposes, and for final yr’s Nexus 6, Auto HDR+ (even with the flash activated). In reality, you’ll realize the app appears to be throughout higher acting at the Nexus 6, getting rid of the terrible lag while commencing the app or switching among HDR+ modes. Tapping the display whilst in video mode additionally now not takes a photograph, as an alternative inflicting the digital camera to pressure center of attention at the space the place you touched.
Although the disabling SmartBurst at the Nexus 6P now lets in the telephone to take any choice of burst pictures (now not capped at 8), neither the Nexus 6 or 5 achieve any kind of SmartBurst capability. Also, don’t trouble taking a look ahead to any type of sluggish movement features — they’re now not in right here both. A understand, it’s type of a bummer however in all probability different devices will see this capability hardware prepared.
Still, the few enhancements the update does brings, it’s the best to update. You can in finding the update hitting the Google Play Store within the coming hours/days/weeks or you'll be able to obtain it by the use of APKMirror the use of the hyperlinks under. Cheers.