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Motorola updates its stock camera app with the ability to take pictures with the volume buttons


Motorola has just posted an update for its camera app from the Moto X, Moto G and the trio of Verizon DROID smartphones. Since Motorola has made most of its core apps available from the Google Play Store, this update will be like a standard app update with a notification popping up on your screen anytime now.

The changelog suggests that the update will bring the ability to take images using the volume rocker. As of now, the camera can take pictures by tapping anywhere on the viewfinder, so this is a nifty addition. Users can access this feature even from the volume controls on a wired headset, which is neat as well.

The app will also come with its usual suit of bug fixes and support for Android 4.4.2, which is currently being rolled out to the Moto X by AT&T. So users can expect a substantially better performance from their Motorola camera app combined with the ability to take pictures from the volume button.

Source: Google Play Store

Via: Android Police

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