Version 8.7 of the Google Camera app is now available for older Pixel phones, a few months after it made its debut on the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
The Google Camera app typically comes with a more recent version when Google introduces a new line of Pixel phones. The Pixel 7 series brought to Google Camera 8.7, an update that had remained exclusive to those phones up until this point.
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For Pixel 7 Pro owners, a slightly newer update to the Google Camera app was released today, introducing new ways to use the Macro Focus mode. The Pixel 6 and other Pixel phones that are currently supported received the same update to Google Camera 8.7.
Google deactivated in May, the Familiar Faces feature has been reinstated and long-pressing the preview. After that recent photo makes it simpler to select where your photos will be saved. In Locked Folder or the gallery.
The Google Camera 8.7 update, is the capacity to adjust how much openness time is made for Night Sight efforts. This can be changed on the Pixel 7 series when clicking an indicator that is located to the right of the zoom slider. On earlier Pixel phones, Night Sight uses an automatic timer.
Lastly, Google Camera 8.7 has only been seen on the Pixel 6 Pro so far. But it should now be available on the Play Store for all Pixel phones that are supported. For example the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4a.
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