Google Camera prepares to add an augmented reality measuring mode

| April 4, 2019

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Over the weekend, a new version of the Google Camera app started to roll out to Google Pixel users. Version 6.2 of the app notably added a dark mode in the camera app’s settings page, but not much else was added. However, we spotted strings that hinted at a new camera mode called “Measure.” We believed this meant that Google will be integrating their augmented reality measuring app called “Measure” into Google Camera, and that indeed does look to be the case.

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