Shooting video in Google Camera 8.2 can be started very easily and quickly

Google Camera

Google has released a useful update for the popular Google Camera app. It is especially useful for those who like to shoot videos.

In Google Camera 8.2.204, the user can start recording a video, leaving his hands free, with a few swipes on the screen. The Quick Settings function was originally available in Google Camera 7.1 along with the release of the Pixel 4 smartphone series. The function allows you to quickly start shooting a video by making a long press on the shutter button. In this case, if the user stopped pressing the shutter button, the recording would stop.

In the latest version of the application, you can slide your finger to the left to launch the hands-free mode; which will allow you to continue shooting without holding your finger on the button. You can also zoom in or out by moving your finger up or down. This transition to hands-free mode is much easier and easier, just a few swipes. The innovation has already attracted positive feedback from those who tested it.

Google Camera 8.2.204 has already started distribution and should be widely available in the coming days.

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Google Camera is appreciated by many users so much that there are various mods and tricks that allow you to install applications on numerous devices that the application does not initially support.

Google Camera 8.1 is available for a range of Android smartphones

The Google Camera app has long been popular outside of the Google Pixel smartphone community; as it often improves the quality of photos over the stock camera.

In the fall, Google released Google Camera 8.1, which brought a new camera UI and other Pixel 5 features to older Pixel phones. Now the APK file of Google Camera 8.1 can be downloaded and installed by the owners of many modern smartphones running the Android operating system.

This version contains an updated user interface for the camera with fast zoom switching and new buttons. A variety of AI modes are available to users, including Astrophotography, HDR+, Night Sight portrait mode, cinematic panning, and more.

The developers report that this mod, called Camera PX Mod based on Google Camera 8.1, works on both Pixel smartphones and most modern Android smartphones; with the exception of some Samsung and OnePlus models, as well as phones based on the Snapdragon 845 SoC. It supports smartphones with Android 10 and Android 11.

You can download Camera PX Mod based on Google Camera 8.1 from this link (Download).

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