This current quarter’s Pixel Feature Drop is principally focused on camera features from Night Sight video to the Locked Folder. Google Camera 8.2.400 with astrophotography time lapse is as yet carrying out by means of the Play Store, however you can likewise download the new version right away.
The June 2021 security patch carried out typically yesterday (the first Monday of the month), yet large numbers of the declared features were not accessible subsequent to installing/sideloading. This is because of June’s Pixel Feature Drop basically being conveyed through standalone app updates.
In the wake of updating to Google Camera 8.2.400, going to Settings > Advanced uncovers another “Enable time lapse for astrophotography.” With this option enabled, clips will be made automatically.
Subsequent to making an astrophotography shot, opening the preview gallery in the bottom-right corner first shows the still picture. Swiping right will play the video, with Google notice how these will take up more storage on your phone. A Pixel 4, 4a, 4a 5G, or 5 is needed to take time lapses.
The lone other change we’ve spotted, up until this point, is a description for the “Save location” switch in the main preferences list that clarifies how “Other apps may be able to view photo & video location” data.
The Locked Folder feature that shows up in the top-right corner of the camera viewfinder to allow you to pick where to save content isn’t yet live. That probably requires a different update to the Google Photos application.
Google Camera 8.2.400.377695972.29 is carrying out now by means of the Play Store, yet it’s not yet broadly accessible. The organization said yesterday that this Feature Drop will require fourteen days to become completely accessible. Meanwhile, you can update and sideload from APK Mirror now.
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