Google Camera renamed to Pixel Camera and now on Play Store

Google Camera has undergone a name change on the Play Store and is now referred to as Pixel Camera.

The Play Store now features Pixel Camera, which was initially exclusive to Pixel smartphones. Google has expanded its availability, and the app has been rebranded as Pixel Camera.

Additionally, Google has updated the app’s description, emphasizing its enhanced features, including Portrait, Night Sight, Time Lapse, and Cinematic Blur, to ensure users never miss a moment.

Google has specified the system requirements for Pixel Camera, stating that the latest version is compatible only with Pixel devices running Android 14 or higher. For Wear OS compatibility, it is necessary to have Wear OS 3 or later on devices linked to Pixel phones. However, some features may not be accessible on certain smartphones.

Google’s primary objective with this listing is to showcase the “Pixel 8 Pro Exclusive features,” such as the 50MP High Res and Pro controls.



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