Google Camera and Wallet Updated with Tweaks
Google recently published updates to its Google Camera and Google Wallet applications for Android devices. For Google Camera, Google restored the ability to take snapshots while filming video. The function had been removed during the recent redesign of the app. Now it is once again possible to take stills during video capture. Google Wallet has been given a fresh look and includes a new tool for switching between different Google accounts. Prior to today's update, the only way to switch Google accounts within Wallet was to reset the app. Now it has a simple tool for swapping accounts securely. Both Google Camera and Google Wallet are free to download from the Google Play Store.
Google Unfolds A Brand New Wallet App for Android
Google today released a fully redesigned Google Wallet application for Android devices. Google Wallet is not an app for making mobile payments at retail.
Google Wallet for iOS Gains Bill-Splitting Tool and Touch ID
Google recently made some significant improvements to its Google Wallet app for the iPhone. To start, the app adds a bill-splitting feature.
Google Wallet Now Stores Gift Cards
Google this week released a new version of Google Wallet that can capture, store, and manage gift card info. Users can add gift cards via the camera or keyboard, then show a barcode on the screen to redeem the card.
Google Camera Adds Timer, Aspect Ratio Picker
Google has pushed out an update to the stand-alone Google Camera application for Android devices and added several new functions. The latest version of Google Camera now includes a timer for taking time-delayed shots, and lets users capture snapshots whilst also recording video.
Google Wallet for iOS Gets A Feature-Removing Makeover
Google has revised the Google Wallet app for the iPhone to put it in line with the re-imagined Wallet app that now appears on Android devices. The Google Wallet app is now a simple tool for managing the Google Wallet Card and making payments to individuals.