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Nokia Camera beta app now available for all Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices

Nokia Camera beta app now available for all Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices
The Nokia Camera app, initially a PureView-exclusive app that combined the features of the popular Pro Camera and Smart Camera apps, will now be available for all Lumia phones that run Windows Phone , though in beta.

Nokia announced the availability of the Nokia Camera beta app on its Beta Labs Blog and notes that the app would bring the features of the Nokia Camera app to all Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices.

The new update brings Nokia Camera beta app compatibility to Nokia Lumia 520, Nokia Lumia 521, Nokia Lumia 620, Nokia Lumia 625, Nokia Lumia 720, Nokia Lumia 810, Nokia Lumia 820, and Nokia Lumia 822.

The Nokia Beta Labs blognotes, "In this beta trial you will get frequent updates with the latest features and improvements, but there could be bugs. This trial is aiming to collect feedback on overall usability on all Lumia phones and to verify the latest fixes and improvements we do."

According to the Finnish handset maker, the Nokia Camera beta will bring the latest bug fixes, improvements, and functionality to all Lumia devices. The company notes that the Nokia Camera Beta can be used in parallel with the Nokia Camera app which is already available in the Windows Phone Store for PureView-branded Lumia smartphones that include Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 925, Nokia Lumia 928 and Nokia Lumia 1020.

Notably, the Nokia Camera beta is provided as a standalone app for Lumia Windows Phone devices that run the Lumia Amber or Lumia Black software updates.

The Nokia Camera app was announced at Nokia World in October. The app brings faster access to Lumia device's shutter speed, ISO, modes (night or sport), white balance among others.

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