Google Camera 8.2 is beginning to turn out to Pixel gadgets and brings a new feature to make it simpler to quickly record videos.
Users will be capable to record a video sans hands with a couple of swipes with the most recent update. The new feature expands on a past one that allows you to begin recording a video by squeezing and holding your finger on the screen button, without having to switch into video mode.
Now, clients can swipe to the left to enter ‘sans hands mode,’ which lets you record videos in any event, when you lift your finger, as reported by XDA Developers.
Swiping into the mode will ‘lock’ the account and you can click ‘stop’ to end the chronicle. You can likewise zoom in or zoom out with basic finger gestures.
In past adaptations of the application, clients had to press and hold the shade button to keep recording and in the event that you moved your finger, it would stop recording.
Although this is anything but a critical feature, it’s a decent change that will make it simpler to record something when you’re occupied or involved. Not having to keep your finger pushed down on the shade catch ought to likewise make it simpler to center around what you’re recording.
The feature is turning out now and ought to be accessible to more clients in the coming days.
Source: XDA Developers