In front of the June Pixel Feature Drop, code in the Pixel Tips application points to Google Camera’s astrophotography potentially getting moved up to offer time lapse by video.
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Astrophotography time lapse
On Tuesday evening, Google started rolling out an update to the Pixel Tips application — form 188.8.131.523287606 — a typical event in front of a quarterly Feature Drop for Pixel telephones. While a significant part of the new “tips” are not yet live in the application after this update, our Dylan Roussel had the option to find code for another tip identified with Google Camera.
The key portion here is obviously “Astrotimelapse,” which suggests the combination of taking a period pass video with the Pixel’s excellent astrophotography capacities. In the event that our suppositions are right, this might actually permit you to record the movement of the stars in the night sky.
Lamentably, the solitary other detail they had the option to find is that prior to showing information about “Astrotimelapse,” the Pixel Tips application will check in case you’re utilizing version 8.2.3 of the Google Camera application. Starting today, the freshest form of Google Camera is 8.2.2, recommending that an update might be coming sooner rather than later, however there’s no guarantees it’s attached to the June Feature Drop.
Google Photos locked folder
Recently, during Google I/O, the organization shared that Google Photos would acquire a new “Locked folder” feature — elite to Pixels, from the start — which permits you to keep certain photos hidden from your telephone’s display. In similar Pixel Tips update, they have discovered indications of a “tip” about the Google Photos locked folder.
While a long way from affirmation, this proposes to us that the locked folder will show up sooner rather than later, possibly as a component of Monday’s June Pixel Feature Drop.
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