Google has rebranded its camera app for Pixel devices from Google Camera to Pixel Camera on the Play Store. The company has also updated the app’s description on the Play Store to Pixel Camera. It reads, “Never miss a moment with the fully redesigned Pixel Camera, and take fantastic photos and videos using features like Portrait, Night Sight, Time Lapse, and Cinematic Blur.”
The Pixel Camera app is exclusive to Pixel devices running Android version 14 or above. The current version of the app, v9.0, is available for the Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet, and Pixel 7 Pro, while the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro receive the slightly updated version, which is v9.1. Moreover, the Pixel Camera also works with Wear OS devices running Wear OS 3 and above and is paired with Pixel smartphones.
Google Pixel users can update their camera app to the latest version of Pixel Camera via the Google Play Store.
Furthermore, Google is rolling out a new native Android 14 share sheet for the Google Photos app. When a user taps on the Share icon, a new Sharing Image sheet slides up, along with a Modify button in the top-right corner that lets users select multiple images to share.
A preview of the selected images is shown with a pencil icon in the corner that launches the Markup tool, while the carousel below it offers various Google Photos actions, including creating a link, adding it to the album, and more. According to 9to5 Google, the new Share Sheet on Google Photos is rolling out with version 5.65 on Pixel devices running Android 14. The Share Sheet is likely to remain unchained on devices running Android 13 or below.