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    Google Camera

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    • Vendor: Google Inc.
    • Version: Varies with device
    • Price: Free

    Google's camera software — really only seen in Nexus devices or in AOSP builds of Android — hasn't impressed all that much. But in 2014, Google released a standalone camera application, and suddenly folks started to take notice. It's got Photo Sphere capability built in, as well as refocusing effects, combining one of the more exciting features from Google with one of the more gimmicky features from other manufacturers.

    It also gives folks another choice for camera apps, and that's a good thing. And Google's camera app has come a long way from the early days of Nexus.

    It's definitely worth taking a look at.


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