Microsoft is today rolling out a new update for Windows Camera
app on Windows 10 devices with two new features and
improvements. The update bumps the app version
to 2018.426.70.0, and you can download it if you’re
enrolled in Windows Insider program.
It’s not a big update, but it comes with two useful feature.
You can hold the camera button to take a photo, and as well as
rotate the camera angle before taking the photo. The other
changes are general bug fixes and performance improvements.
As noted above, the update is rolling out to the Windows
Insiders in the Fast, Skip Ahead and Release Preview Ring.
Microsoft yesterday a set of updates for a number of core
Windows 10 apps, introducing the Fluent Design facelift and
other changes. We have spotted that the other Windows 10
apps, such as Weather, Sports and Money have been facelifted
with Fluent Design as well.
Windows Camera app already comes with Fluent Design, and it’s
spreading to other parts of the operating systems as well. For
example, the Weather app features acrylic in the sidebar
in both the light and the dark themes. The same visual changes
are noticeable on other MSN apps, and it brings the apps in
line with the other updated first party apps in Windows 10.
If you’re part of the Windows Insider program, you can download
the updated Windows Camera right now from the Microsoft Store.