The Moto X was released to less-than-spectacular consumer reaction. It wasn’t a bad phone by any means, but it had its miscellaneous issues. A big one was poor camera performance, which was recently rectified with a software update. However, the software updates are released by the carrier, so customers who purchased the device have to wait a while before getting them.
To speed up the process a little, Motorola has uploaded the Moto X camera app to the Play Store, allowing an update without carrier consent. Now, all Moto X users can download the update to the app as soon as its released to fix bugs or improve features. This update adds a brighter viewfinder, expands Quick Capture and fixes bugs.
Then, in the wake of the release of Android 4.4 KitKat, Motorola posted a teaser to its Google+ page.