A new update to Google Camera has begun hitting the Play Store for some folks. As usual, changelogs are scarce, but we have found that the new 2.2.024 update adds the option to shoot in a cropped 16:9 aspect ratio in the settings, as well as a 3 or 10 second timer. For those looking to get the goods early, you can download via the link below, or wait around for the update to roll out to your Android device.
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