The Google Camera app exclusive to Pixel devices has been renamed Pixel Camera on the Play Store by Google. The search giant also replaced “Google Camera” with “Pixel Camera” in the app’s description, and it now says: “Never miss a moment with the completely redesigned Pixel Camera and take photos and fantastic videos using features like Portrait, Night Sight. , Time Lapse and Cinematic Blur.”
The latest version of the Pixel Camera app available for Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet, and Pixel 7 Pro is v9.0, while the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro get v9.1. It is also worth mentioning that the latest version of Pixel Camera only works on Pixel devices running Android 14 and above, while the version for Wear OS only works on devices running Wear OS 3 and above and connected to Pixel smartphones.
Pixel Camera app
In addition to renaming the Google Camera app, Google also rolled out the native Android 14 Share Sheet for Google Photos, so when you click the share icon, an “Image Share” sheet slides up, with the “Edit” button at the top. -right corner allowing you to select multiple images to share.
The featured image also has the pencil icon in its corner to launch the markup tool, with the carousel below featuring several Google Photos actions including Create Link, Upload Photos, and Add to Album. In the following lines, you get the Direct Share targets, including frequently used applications. And when you scroll up, you can access the entire grid.
Google Photos share sheet (first image: old layout; second and third images: new layout)
This new share sheet is available on version 5.65 of Google Photos on Pixel smartphones running Android 14, so if you don’t see it on your device yet. The Share Sheet on Google Photos on devices running Android 13 and earlier will likely remain unchanged.
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