You can now snap a picture using your Android Wear smartwatch

Google updates camera app with wrist control

The first Android Wear devices in the form of the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live went on sale at the start of the week, and Google has already pushed a new feature to them.

The search giant has updated its Google Camera application, adding a remote shutter control for Android Wear watches.

You don't even need to dive into the app list on the watch to get started - just fire up the Google Camera app on your smartphone or tablet and a card will automatically appear on the time piece.

Want to try it out right now? Then download the update from the Google Play Store.

From Mashable via Stuff



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