Now Google enables the Pixel owner to let them enable to remotely control their camera from a watch. Now, reportedly Google Camera 8.6 is starting rolling out for Wear OS along with an enhanced Material You redesign.
Talking about an earlier version of this, which is version 8.1. Google Cameras’ design very much resembles the era of the original Wear OS. Android Wear apps, here all of the additional were mounted and housed in the bottom of the sheet that users need to tap or swipe up on.
Now with the improved design, followed by a facelift, whereby big and large buttons are housed in a pill at the very top. Tapping on which makes you enable the flip between the front and rear-facing camera or enable the “3 Sec” timer. This page is the representation of the latest Wear OS design guidance for a simple list.
Talking about the shutter button, which earlier used to be found at the centre obscuring the subject. As before, it briefly notes your current mode while switching upon it. Now adopts the current phone design, and now housed at the buttom of the screen, which helps a lot while performing operation from it.
Google Camera 8.6
In Google Camera 8.6, the position of the Zoom control is at the right, but the drag handle is currently labelled “Infinity” in a way that is far large for the white circle roaming around. However, this will probably be going to resolve in future updates. Whereas the live previews look blurrier than before if a quick comparison is made out of it.
Other counterpart addition
Google Camera with version number 8.6.263.463689965.13 along with Material You revamp. The same started widely rolling out on Wear OS via a Google Play Store.
Apart from this, there’s a bit minor update made to the phone counterpart. Noticeably release recently for Android 13 phones, version 8.6 brings Material You tweaks and Speech enhancement for the rear Pixel 6 and 6 Pro camera.