The new update can now brighten the screen to brighten up your already glowing face. XDA writer Adam Conway reported that he tested the revised app on an variety of devices - an LG G6, a OnePlus 3, a OnePlus 3T, a OnePlus 5 and a Samsung Galaxy S8 - and found some real improvements with the resulting images.
Android users are often left wanting more when it comes to their phone's camera.
But the Google Camera app just got a major update, including a much-wanted selfie flash.
The most noteworthy and obvious change is the new selfie "flash". As such if you get it to work on other devices it will still not give you the same image qualities.
The app functions just as you'd expect - enable the HDR+ auto mode, take a normal picture and you will receive a quick processing notification if HDR was indeed used. Before this existed, you had to use the zoom bar. XDA Developers have also confirmed the safety of the APK file and found absolutely no malicious insertions.
Google Camera app version 4.4 is now up on Google Play Store and should be rolling out to those that have it installed. To try it out yourself, head over to this link and hit the "Begin Download" button. The goal is to brighten your selfie with a warm color rather than cold flash of bright white, though it doesn't seem to have automatic white-balancing like the iPhone's camera. It's available to anyone with Nexus and Pixel devices using Android 7.1.1 and above.
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