Among the camera apps available, there are a few solutions like Google Camera. Not only is the app able to achieve amazing results with different quality, but it also has an extremely simple design that allows us to focus only on the knowledge of photography, targeting and shooting.
With each new generation of mobiles, Google takes the opportunity to redesign its outstanding system and give it a refreshing touch, and so has the advent of Google Pixel. Rather than being unique, this new version is now gaining access to older camera phones.
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Google has officially launched its new Android phone, the Google Pixel 5, a signal indicating the company’s transformation.
The Google Camera app is beginning to discover its new design
Google Camera has received a new look with the advent of Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5. These phones come with Google’s 8.0 camera, which includes new builds and functions such as the new video stabilization mode. called Cinematic Pan, recording video in more cinematic format.
With the arrival of version 8.1, this new camera is starting to reach out to Pixels of previous generations, as is the case with the Google Pixel 4 XL, which is getting new formats and new video recording features.
Google Camera recently updated me with Play Store version 8.1.008.341125824
In the Pixel 4 XL. It looks like a UI Revamp.@AndroidPolice @AndroidAuth @ukhozi_fm @Ukhozi_fm @nokuthula @mzokoloko pic.twitter.com/T0J7jKoFkB
– Kelvin Peralta (@ KaKito_24) November 12, 2020
Google Camera just updated for me via Play Store version 8.1.008.341125824
On Pixel 4 XL. Looks like UI Revamp.@AndroidPolice@AndroidAuth @xdadevelopers @ArtemR @derekmross @verge pic.twitter.com/T0J7jKoFkB
— Kelvin Peralta (@KaKito_24) November 12, 2020
Google Camera Update launches from Google Play Store to previous generation Pixel phones.
Although you can download the APK file to places like KiwiAPK, it is possible that if you install this new version you will find an error when installing, as was the case with us testing in Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 4a.
On the other hand, if you have a non-Google phone and are using the latest versions of Google Camera, you will have to wait a few more days for the developers of these versions to adjust.