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Google blesses Camera app with selfie flash option

New update brings front flash to 'Google Camera' application Google Pixel camera trick comes to other phones through a mod
Dantel Valero | Agosto 13, 2017, 00:54

Pair great hardware with a barely usable camera app and you're phone is sure to get ignored. The latest update will bring selfie flash to the camera app which produces extra light for better pictures in low-light condition and allow users to turn off shutter sounds from Settings.

Selfies may be an important facet of modern smartphone use, but not all phones were made to cater to the selfie-loving crowd.

The previous version introduced front-facing selfie flash (thanks to a full white display that flashes right before taking the shot), and this one comes with a few new features and changes, most of them quite hard to notice.

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Google Camera v4.4 is now rolling out in the Google Play Store. The app has also been independently verified by Amir Zaidi at XDA, who found no malicious code when comparing it to the original app. Not a groundbreaking addition but it's simple and acts as a quick alternative to using the zoom slider. This isn't going to give you a perfect Pixel camera, but it does look as though it can put Google's software to work for your images if you don't have one. Sadly, those numbers seem to be fixed and there's no way to customize that.

Google Camera 4.4 surfaced recently in a Developer Preview build of Android O. Now, this app is finally available to the public via Google Play, although only in select markets. The usual security disclaimers apply.