Motorola has done something that’s not quite common by today’s standards, though I guess it’s something we should all be getting used to by now. They have updated the camera app on the Moto X, except the changes didn’t come with a cumbersome firmware upgrade as most manufacturers would issue them — it actually came in the form of a Google Play Store update.
The upgrade itself seems pretty minor in scope, with the biggest known change so far being a brighter picture in the viewfinder (you know, to make sure all those blurrycam Nexus 5 shots are looking blurry-licious). Motorola also enabled quick capture for enterprise-mode users, and had some general bug fixes in store.
This might not have been the biggest upgrade for a piece of camera software in the history of them, but to know Motorola could bring more great changes without having to go through the hoola-hoops known as OTA updates is quite comforting. Be sure to find the upgrade in the Google Play Store if you’re a Moto X user.