Google Camera 3.2.042 Brings Back Ability to Capture Photos While Shooting Videos


Google Camera is a popular camera app for Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices that comes with a lot of great features. With the latest speed improvement in the app, you can be sure that you won’t ever miss a moment. It’s so quick that all you need to do is a quick swipe to switch between phone and video modes. A menu in the top left corner of the app lets you choose between different effects like Photo Sphere, Panorama, Wide Angle, Lens Blur, etc.

Auto-HDR+ is one of the highlights of the Google Camera app. It detects automatically when it should capture photos in HDR+ (High Dynamic Range + Low Light) for backlit and low light scenes. The app lets you record slow motion videos in up to 240 fps on the Nexus 6P and in 120fps on the Nexus 5X. The SmartBurst option lets you capture multiple photos and make GIFs by holding down the shutter button on your Nexus 6P.

Once your device installs the new version of Google Camera, and you’re recording a video, just tap on the new white shutter button to take a photo.  After you’re done recording, both the video and photo will be saved to your photo gallery. As is often the case when Google releases an update to its own apps, the Camera update is slowly rolling out to users. The new Google Camera 3.2.042 APK download file weighs 25.82 MB.