Google To Release Its Updated Camera App To Play Store
Google is working on an the new and updated version of Google Camera app, which will be released in Google Play Store, According to a report in Engadget. It will be open to all non-Nexus user who are willing to install and use this Google Camera.
It is expected that the new updated Google Camera App will be launched with the Firmware update of 4.4.3 for nexus devices and simultaneously it will be also available on Google Play Store, so that non nexus users can also install and use it.
This updated Android Google Camera will be having all the fix for the bugs of the present version. It fixes the bugs of camera focus and will also include a revamped user-interface, background blurring effect for portraits as well as improved panorama and Photo sphere in this app.
The Google is also said to be making the camera app more extensible by opening support for third-party filters. This will allow developers (and Android enthusiasts) to create and import custom effects inside the stock camera app.
Google has also killed off Android’s infuriating automatic crop, which does not allow users to see 100% of what they’re shooting when framing a shot. Google’s proprietary 360º shooting mode, is also changing, offering higher resolution snaps.
Few weeks ago, Motorola also have uploaded its camera app to Google Play Store and all the users are now able to install and use it. Similarly Google have also uploaded its Keyboard app to Play Store. The major advantage of Uploading the app to Play Store is that the developer can easily launch an update for the app and user can easil access the update rather than waiting for the launch of next android update.
So for now, Wait for the Official News from Google of The Camera Update and by that time keep visiting Above Android for many such updates.