Essential is staying on top of supporting its device by releasing constant updates. Whether it’s monthly security updates, Android P betas, or just app updates, Essential works hard on improving the Essential Phone.
This time the camera app is being updated again. With the camera being a sore spot early on, it’s great to see constant fixes being pushed for the camera experience. Here’s the new changelog:
- You can once again save, adjust, and share your 360 videos as Tiny Planets!
- Thanks to the wonders of technology, your Burst mode shots now save as a single group.
- Shoot lots of different kinds of content? New icons make it easy to find your Slow-Mo, 360, and regular videos, as well as Burst mode shots, at a glance in your Camera Roll.
- What’s that thing you don’t see? It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s various stability fixes!
However, that may not be all. A lot of people are noticing that the app opens and shoots its first photo significantly faster than before. Camera apps opening slowly is a big problem for capturing moments so that’s another great fix.
If you own an Essential Phone, head to the Play Store and update the app!
We’re continuing to improve the Essential Camera App! Today’s release, rolling out now, includes enhancements to the camera roll interface, functionality to create Tiny Planet videos, and more. Download the update now: https://t.co/oACrr0Db24 pic.twitter.com/C8CtwsAHer
— Essential (@essential) June 13, 2018