Android users are often left wanting more when it comes to their phone's camera. An ex-Google exec even thinks Androids are years behind the iPhone when it comes to photography.
But the Google Camera app just got a major update, including a much-wanted selfie flash. It's available to anyone with Nexus and Pixel devices using Android 7.1.1 and above.
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While the update only includes a handful of minor changes, they actually add up to making the photography experience on Android much better.
The most noteworthy and obvious change is the new selfie "flash." Now, when you go to take a photo with your front-facing camera, the phone's screen will fill with a bright manilla color to shine some light on your face. It's not perfect, but it's better than nothing, especially in low-light settings. Read more... More about Tech , Android , Smartphones , Selfies , and Nexus