The last major update for Google Camera has made Night Sight the main interface and made a number of other improvements. It was officially launched with Android Q Beta 6 and should be available for all Pixel phones from the launch of Android 10. A new version of Google Camera introduces transparent app bars and requires the latest operating system.
After version 6.3.020.257052613 of Q Beta 6, Google Camera 6.3.026.265696615 has been released on APK Mirror. It looks like this update will be released through the Play Store because the Google Camera list was updated on August 28, 2019.
This version targets Android 10 and requires the very latest version of the operating system. Android 9 Pie is no longer supported as it was when the first version 6.3 was released. This should not be a problem as all Pixel phones are upgraded to Android 1
The most important change in this version are transparent top bars. Previously, the strip, which included timers, motion, flash and other controls, had a solid background. This UI element is now semi-transparent to allow for a look-ahead. This transparency is displayed in Night View, Portrait, Camera, and Video modes.
The biggest change in Google Camera 6.3 concerns the availability of night vision directly through the primary UI. It is no longer on the More tab, and Panorama is clicking the More tab.
Other enhancements include the removal of white balance / color temperature controls, which simplifies the top main bar to only three controls. In portrait orientation, the forward "flash" that lightens the screen is now called "lighting".
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