Google has been updating its apps for quite some time now to keep them up to date with the technology in recent times. Now it seems like the latest app to receive this update love from the company is its Google Camera.
According to reports, Google has rolled out a brand new update for its newly launched standalone Google Camera app. And as expected from most of the updated Google apps, the update offers several new features and new shooting modes.
The updated version of the Google Camera brings over two new different Panorama modes called fisheye mode and wide-angle mode. The new modes will join the list of other already present horizontal and vertical Panorama modes.
However, it has to be said that the main highlight of this new update is the freshly added support for snapping images in a 16:9 ratio. Although it is to be noted that users may have to lower the camera resolution in order to make use of that 16:9 ratio. Apart from that, a new cropping selection screen has also been added.
The camera update also offers a new timer mode with 10 and 3 seconds option. Google has actually made it easier to access the settings option with a new settings button, which users can access by swiping the app from left to right.
The update is now being rolled out on the Play Store, and it should be available for download soon.