Google Camera app for Android gets a timer and auto-cropping

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Google has graced us with merely a minor update this midweek.

The Google Camera app for Android has been updated to version 2.2.024 and with it comes a few new features. The app will ask you to choose between a 4:3 or 16:9 as the default photo size. You can change this in the settings later for the front-facing camera, too. Bear in mind that if you choose the latter, the photo resolution may be diminished if the image has to be cropped to fit.

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The camera app also features a new three- and ten-second timer for those gym selfies or family portraits. You can grab the new update from the Google Play store or wait it to roll out to a device near you.

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