Update: It looks like the Motorola Gallery app has gotten some Material love as well. Article is updated accordingly.
Motorola's Camera and Gallery apps for its Moto X, Moto G, and Droid devices snagged an update today. While the Camera update is rather minor, it did nab a couple of new features including new 3-second and 10-second options for the timer, and the double wrist flick gesture now also handles switching between the front and back cameras. On the Gallery side of things, nothing has really changed other than a fresh coat of Material, but it does look very nice.
If you want to check these out for yourself, be sure to hit up the Google Play link above for the camera, and you can grab the Gallery update here. Also, you can check out a gallery of the changes below.
Thanks to Jonathan for the tip!
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