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Motorola Mobility recently updated its Camera and Gallery with a splash of Material Design, giving its in-house software a refreshed feel. Owners of the Droid Turbo, Moto X and Droid Ultra can now use a wrist twist hand gesture to alternate between their respective handset’s front and back cameras, and they’ll also notice a refined flat interface that should fit in nicely with Motorola’s latest smartphone.

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Shutterbugs are also being treated to a nifty new timer mode and a retooled photo gallery layout with a snappier performance and brighter colors that adds a nice little pop to your collection of pictures. Although these updates aren’t that fancy, they’re a sign of commitment from a company that has already pledged to update most of its smartphone lineup to Lollipop in the near future.

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