Google camera app v5.2 warns you if the camera lens is dirty

Google has now included support for double-tap gestures that could be configured to switch between the front and rear cameras or else zoom into a scene before clicking an image.

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Google Pixel 2 camera is probably one of the best available cameras in the market. The camera is single lens yet it manages to capture every tiny detail quite impressively. The camera app on the other hand also brings out some powerful set of features. Now some reports are surfacing over the internet that Google is updating its camera app and it will add some interesting set of features to it. Google has recently started rolling out v5.2 along with several new features.

Google camera app v5.2 warns you if the camera lens is dirty

 

The major highlight of the update is its ability to detect the dirty lenses. Yes, that's correct, if the camera lens dirty the app will give a warning, following which you can clean your lens and click some good pictures.

The other major change in the v5.2 is the change in its setting screen. The setting screen has now got two major changes which include the availability of icons, and the grid option has moved to the page with the latest update.

Google has now included support for double-tap gestures that could be configured to switch between the front and rear cameras or else zoom into a scene before clicking an image. Further, it is also being reported that a new app shortcut that launches Portrait mode and a new feature which might be called 'Circus Mode'.

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That said we will test the new version app and let you know how well they perform.

Google camera app v5.2 warns you if the camera lens is dirty

In one of our recent articles, we covered that Google's smart messaging Allo is all set to get a new update for its desktop client. The desktop client for the messaging app was released back September 2016 in India. The instant messaging app was developed for the Android and iOS operating systems with the web client available on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. The app, however, had a drawback in which the phone had to be switched on and connected to data/ Wi-Fi in order for the app to function. You can read the full story here.

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