What is the point of having an app when it does not get the kind of frequent updates that you would like it to have in order to keep up with the times while delivering newer and better features to the end user, as well as making the entire app more stable in the long run? Well, Google knows this cardinal rule pretty well, which is why they have just rolled out an update to its Google Camera app, where the update would bring the Camera app to version 2.2.024, and of course, it will also sport a bunch of notable features.
For instance, the latest Camera app will include a timer which can be set to 3 or 10 seconds, as well as the option of capturing photos in 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio in addition to a bunch of new panorama modes. It is far from being the biggest or a major app update, but surely the inclusion of new features is cause to celebrate, and not to be disappointed, don’t you think so? Those who are interested in getting the latest version of the Google Camera app will be able to do so from the Play Store. For those of you who have already installed the updated Google Camera app, how do you find your experience so far?