Google Announces ‘Camera Go’ App For Android Go Devices


Google on Thursday announced that there are now quite 100 million active Android (Go edition) devices around the world, because of around 1600 models available in additional than 180 countries, including India, Kenya, and other developing markets. the corporate also said that its lightweight mobile OS now comes with a variety of privacy features, including private searches and on-device machine learning to arrange photos without ever sending them to the cloud.

Google also announced a replacement app called Camera Go which will be pre-installed because of the default camera app on Android Go devices. it’ll be first available on the just-announced Nokia 1.3 before being unrolled to more devices. consistent with Google, Camera Go is perfectly optimized for entry-level handsets and is straightforward enough for first-time smartphone users. The new app will enable users to require high-quality photos without fear about speed or storage, said the corporate.

The Camera Go app comes with features like ‘Portrait Mode’ to offer the photos knowledgeable look by that specialize in the topic. “It’s built for people using smartphones for the primary time, so it’s a clean and straightforward interface”, said the corporate. The app also tracks the remaining space for storing on the phone and helps free-up space by clearing out the junk.

Camera Go joins an array of other Go-branded lightweight versions of ordinary Google apps that the corporate has been launching over the past few years. a number of the prevailing Android ‘Go’ apps include YouTube Go, Gmail Go, Files Go, Maps Go, and in fact, the search app Google Go.

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