added. The latest version of Google Camera was introduced earlier this week with a handful of visual changes, including a dark mode for settings. Google Camera 6.2 also reveals work on a measurement tool as the development of "Cheetah" continues.
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After Google moved away from Tango because of Augmented Reality, Google updated its measurement app for ARCore last June. Existing features include height and distance capture and the option to save measurements directly to the clipboard or as a virtual ruler image.
Instead of a separate app, Google can integrate the utility directly into the camera app. This would be similar to adding last year's Google Lens and could appear on the same "More" tab. It is not clear if the Measure app needs to be installed and therefore only a shortcut or if the functionality is integrated directly.
Switch to measurement mode
In recent releases, Google has been working on a time-lapse mode codenamed "Cheetah". The implementation of Google includes recording higher-speed video and complements the existing slow-motion feature.
Cheetah Takes Videos at Higher Speed
Settings for Dark Mode
As with other apps before Android Q, Google included Camera 6.2 now also the night mode in Pies developer options. Of course, the camera interface is already dark. This support only appears in settings where the background is dark gray and has blue accents for section headings and buttons. Thanks Gab. )
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In the meantime, the Advanced menu changes from a carrot icon to a horizontal overflow that better shows how the new options do not slide inline down, but take users to a new page.
UI adjustments in panorama mode  Panorama in Google Camera 6.2 now centers the audio recording off / on instead of positioning it in the upper left corner (in portrait orientation).
HDR + enhanced photo capture  When manual control is enabled for HDR +, users can choose between "HDR + on" and "HDR + enhanced". The former is always on by default and much faster, while the latter takes several seconds. To wait for this waiting to be intentional, when shooting in the latter mode, a "HDR + enhanced photo shot" is now displayed in the viewfinder.
Google Camera 6.2 is now deployed through the Play Store. We do not publish APKs for direct download because the legal challenges are related to copyright and the possibility of removal. Meanwhile, this model is dangerous given Google Play's Android App Bundles and Dynamic Delivery.
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