Google Updates Camera, Moves Night Sight to Apps Home Screen
Google Camera, an application developed by Google for Android devices, has been a success from the day it was launched. Initially, it was developed to be supportive on all devices with Android 4.4, but now it is officially supported on Google’s Nexus and Pixel devices. It was made available to the people through Google Play Store on April 16, 2014, but was removed on Feb 17, 2016.
Later, in mid-2017, a modified version of the application was introduced that made Google Camera compatible with any device equipped with Snapdragon 820, 821 and 835. Now, Google has introduced another change in the application bringing the Night Sight Mode to the Home Page of the application. The change has been done for easy access, but the latest version is not available to consumers yet. An unreleased build of the app was leaked online, but as per the reports, this version is set to arrive in the next beta build of Android Q.
The Google Camera version 6.3 will make it easy for customers to switch to Night Mode. All you need to do, swipe right twice and there you are with the Night Sight Mode. Apart from this mode, the screen Flash has also been renamed to illumination, so while taking a selfie you won’t activate flash, rather, you will activate illumination.
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