The Google Camera, also known as GCam, is one of the apps users like best. The application does magic with the smartphone camera. Google is a great developer of software and this application is an example of that.
The new update does not improve much. Incidentally, the design change is small but may be relevant to the future design of the application altogether.
Top bar is transparent instead of black
This is the small change. An upper bar where the flash buttons or the timer is located is no longer entirely black. Instead, we have a translucent tint that gives us to see the buttons and what's going on behind.
The change is small, but relevant. This is because we can assume that more design changes may be underway. If the top gained this new hue, which led to Google not giving it to the bottom.
This new design is only available on smartphones with Android 10 installed. That is, at this time only Google Pixel with the latest version installed.
How to install Google Camera (GCam) on any smartphone
We have been writing this tutorial for a while and I believe it is worth repeating. Simply put, you can install an unofficial version of GCam on almost every smartphone. Be aware that not everyone may work perfectly.
Have terminals Huawei and Xiaomi, for example, did not feel any problem. However, the same cannot be said of other terminals of Chinese manufacturers.
- First pass this link
- Choose the best version for your smartphone
- Install APK on your device
- Open the application and try and confirm that there are no bugs.
The developer also says that if you have problems with the latest version to install an older one. As you can see in the video the camera went down twice, this means that there is some error that has not been fixed. The correct thing to do will be to find a stable version. On your smartphone it will be exactly the same. Go trying. To have the official "Google Camera" you only need to have an Android One or a Google Pixel.
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