HTC has already taken steps to roll out various apps that would be pre-installed on their smartphones over on the Google Play Store, which means they can update these apps individually without having to wait for the mobile carrier to come up with an operating system update to do so – benefiting users of the handset in the progress since they will always have the latest version of said apps. Well, the Android version of the HTC Camera app has already received an update which will deliver the beta version of the Crop-Me-In feature – targeting HTC One (M8) owners, of course.
The question that many will ask would be, “What does the Crop-Me-In feature actually do?” Well, this unique feature would provide you with the opportunity to crop a selfie whenever you take one using the front-facing camera on the handset, and placing that selfie into a photo that had already been snapped into the rear camera. Perhaps this is living proof for the naysayers in your life who always go by the slogan – “pics or it didn’t happen”.
HTC did promise earlier on that the Crop-Me-In feature will make its way as an update prior to the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, so it is nice to see the likes of HTC keep to their word.