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Google's camera app once again lets you snap photos while recording video

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
May 8, 2014
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Google's redesigned Android camera app wasn't a full step forward. While you got a much improved interface, you also lost the ability to snap photos while recording video -- not so hot if you want more than just movies from a friend's wedding dance. Well, it's back. A low-key update to Google Camera once again lets you capture stills in mid-video, making sure that you'll have album-worthy images alongside your YouTube clips. If you've been holding off on upgrading the camera app because of that earlier omission, it's now safe to jump in.

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