Through a post on the Twitter social network, Google points out that every Android device has one night mode within the camera app.
The post appears curious and confusedsince it would imply that it is the same Mountain View house that offers night mode on the devices Android.
Night mode is present on all Android smartphones
There night mode it is one of the most popular shooting modes by users, constantly evolving (with increasingly better algorithms) and now widely implemented in the various camera apps of practically all manufacturers in the Android landscape.
Also Google it now seems to push this mode, informing the community of its presence on all devices Android.
Night Mode on your camera, no matter the device. #Android powers Night Mode across phones from @madebygoogle, @nokiamobile and more – so it’s accessible to people all over the world. ???? pic.twitter.com/m5Q4RYJOsh
– Android (@Android) March 18, 2022
“Night mode on your camera, no matter the device.“
These are the words contained in the tweet published by the official Android account, which adds how the operating system itself provides night mode on Pixel, Nokia and other smartphones (let’s imagine the reference to manufacturers that implement Android One or that still use practically stock versions of the operating system).
It is probably one spottone to the night mode of the Google Camera and that, perhaps, can be used by other applications (for example Snapchat). Alternatively, it could be the indication of a future implementation of night mode directly in the Android operating system (and which would therefore be made available to everyone by standard).
Finally, we underline that even smartphones with the Android Go operating system could take advantage of the night shooting mode within the Camera Go camera app.
How to install Google Camera?
The Google Camera is available for download for all compatible devices, Pixel in the first place, through the Google Play Store: just follow the badge below to reach the dedicated page
Do you have a smartphone that is not officially compatible? Some developers may have prepared a porting of the ad hoc Google Camera for your smartphone. In this regard, the portal XDA has created a summary page with all the ports, reachable at this address.
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