It’s been a while since we’ve talked about Google’s stock camera app that has been relegated to the realms of Nexus. Those of you on the Android Beta Program have been able to peek into some new features as carried in the app through the Android N Developer Preview. Now, Google has pushed those changes into the Play Store app.

The major feature changes include being able to shoot stills while recording video and moving the slow-motion video feature to the pull-out menu.

Nexus phones running Android Marshmallow can update the app at the Play Store. If your non-Nexus phone’s on Android 6.0 or above, you can grab the APK and have it work for you, too.

Download: Play Store, APKMirror
Via: Droid-Life

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