Release Notes:

From Android N Preview 2.

Contains libs, and in theory it should work on Android 6.0+ devices, but be ready for potential crashes.

- You can now take photos while shooting video once again (there's a new button on the top right)
- Slow motion is now a separate pullout menu item rather than a button in regular video mode
- Updated shutter button
- Updated icon for front/rear camera swap
This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 5.1.018.177470874:

Never miss a moment with Google Camera, and take fantastic pictures using features such as HDR+ and Smartburst.

Features
• HDR+ - Take pictures using HDR+ to capture fantastic photos, especially in low-light or backlit scenes.
• Video Stabilization - Capture exceptionally smooth videos even if your hands shake.
• Smartburst - Hold down the shutter button to automatically capture a stream of photos and make moving GIFs.
• Photo sphere - Create immersive spherical photos.
• Lens Blur - Add elegant background blur (bokeh) to close-up pictures.
• Slow Motion - Capture action in epic slow motion video (up to 240fps on some supported devices).

Requirements - The latest version of Google Camera only works on recent Nexus and Pixel devices on Android 7.1.1 and above. Some features are not available on all devices.

Permissions
• Camera: Required in order to capture pictures and videos.
• Location: Required in order to add location information to pictures.
• Microphone: Required in order to record audio with every video.
• Storage: Required in order to save picture and videos.
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3.2.040 (2746612-30)
April 14, 2016
arm
Android 6.0+
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Comments
  • Rusty Lockett

    The switch camera icon changed in this version

  • jlmcr87x

    Hello google, where is RAW support and camera2 api functions??

    • Karlo Mustać

      No such thing in Google Camera :/, you should try Camera FV-5 which supports Camera2 API etc.

      • jlmcr87x

        I know, i use manual camera, but what i want is all in a decent google camera.

  • Jack Chu

    How about 64 bit version?