Google Camera 2.2 adds fish-eye, crop options, and timer

May 28, 2014
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Update Wednesday has come and in this round, Google is bringing back some features that were taken away from Camera app. In the latest 2.2 version, Google Camera has gained two new panorama modes, a self-timer, and more resolution options.

The new resolution options basically give users two sets of choices, one with a 4:3 aspect ratio and another with 16:9. In the case of the latter, the resulting photo will be automatically cropped. Both ratios also do have their own resolution options, which depend on the device's camera capabilities. Once the app has been launched after the update, users will be greeted by a notification that informs them of the new settings.

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The update also drags in two new panorama modes in addition to the older vertical and horizontal orientations, namely, fish-eye and wide-angle lens. There is now also a self-timer option, only available for the camera mode, of course. It seems that choices are limited only to 3 seconds, 10 seconds, and off.

These are just some of the new features coming our way in the latest Google Camera update. As before, the update will arrived at different times for different regions, so a bit of patience for those eager to use these new features.

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  • Pranav

    The 2.2 update is still not arrived in the playstore

  • Christopher Johnson

    I really wanna see this show up in the play store soon. I’d love to have some of these features back!