Google Camera Go new app has started rolling out for all budget phones. Check out more details in this article.
Google had released a trimmed-down version of the Pixel’s Google Camera app, called Google Camera Go, earlier this year in March. Initially, the app was barebones, and didn’t include most of the features that you’d find in the full-blown Google Camera app.
However, Google has been working on bringing support for some of those features over the last few months, with the company working on adding HDR support to Google Camera Go. Plus, in October, the app received Night Mode support, and Google confirmed that it would be adding HDR support in a future update. Finally, the company is now rolling out HDR support with the latest Google Camera Go update.
According to a tweet from the official Android Twitter handle, HDR support is now rolling out with the latest Google Camera Go update. This will allow budget devices to capture photos “with crisper details and richer color at any time of day.”
Like the Night Mode update, the latest Google Camera Go release with HDR support should start rolling out to the Nokia 1.3, Wiko Y61, and Wiko Y81 in the coming days. In case you have one of these devices, you should see a new HDR toggle in the app’s interface.
While you can download the latest Camera Go APK on any Android device running Android 8.0 Oreo or above, you won’t get access to the Night Mode and HDR features. This is due to the fact that these features are only whitelisted for a handful of devices.