While many Android fans eagerly waiting for the upcoming update of KitKat, Google at the same time working on a new version of its camera application. The photo app to get some improvements and enable new effects. The update is released but probably independent of Android 4.4.3.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? The answer: Probably soon everyone who was photographed with the new camera app by Google. This should bring: an enhanced portrait mode with the next update, which blurs the background and creates the impression of depth of field. As Engadget reports, citing an inside source, the application also gets a new user interface and an improved panoramic mode.
Android Developers Can Add Their Own Effects to the App
In addition, the Internet giant reportedly working on a new viewfinder. With the new software, users will photograph finally exactly what they see. There will no longer be surprises as a result of objects that in hindsight appear on the edges of the picture.
Another new feature, which will bring the update of the camera app according to Engadget source, should it offers all lovers of filters and effects: Google wants to make namely open its application for third party developers, so that Android enthusiasts can add their own effects to the installed stock.
Although the Android update to KitKat version 4.4.3 should fix many known bugs, the new camera app is probably offered as standalone update. This has the advantage that also non-nexus owner promptly get to enjoy of the improvements. On the most recent Android update you must be patient – differently long depending on the equipment manufacturer.