Google Camera Stories Yesterday

We’ve seen just about everything that Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will bring to the table in terms of hardware, but the software still hides a few mysteries. Now, it seems those are coming out, and one includes a neat Google Camera trick that integrates with Google Lens.

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Google Camera Stories September 5

It’s been less than a year since the release of Google’s Pixelbook, yet all signs point to us seeing the next generation of the Pixelbook line later this year. If this is the case, we believe the most likely candidate to be a Made by Google device (of the many we’ve seen so far) is a Chromebook currently codenamed “Nocturne“. Here’s what we think we know about this upcoming device.

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Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!

Google Camera Stories August 2

Google may soon fix Chrome OS’ camera woes w/ Google Camera app from Pixel devices

The hardware we see on Chrome OS is constantly evolving, and with the debut of Chrome OS-powered tablets, cameras are becoming a more important element on these devices. Now, Google is apparently going to fix that with the help of a new app you should be familiar with.

Google Camera Stories June 25

In addition to real-time Lens lookup and a redesign, Google announced at I/O 2018 that the visual search feature is coming directly to third-party camera apps. The Google Camera app for the Pixel and Pixel 2 is now the latest client to be updated with quick access to Google Lens.

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Google Camera Stories March 15

Save for some older Nexus devices, the Google Camera app is primarily for Pixel phones. Most of the changes in today’s update are to settings, while there are a handful of new features added with version 5.2.

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Google Camera Stories January 29

Google Camera HDR port now works with wide-angle cameras on LG’s smartphones

Google’s camera application may not pack a lot of features, but the company’s work in software has been nothing short of incredible. Thus, developers have gone through the work needed to port that camera app to other phones, and now, it’s picking up better support for LG devices.

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