By Edgar Cervantes May 29, 2014 The Google Camera app was an instant hit, with 5-10 million downloads reached since its release, last April. We have a review of the camera app and must say it is a very solid and full-featured option. Google has taken this app and improved upon it with todays update. Users across the web are reporting the rollout of update version 2.2.024, which comes with a very healthy set of improvements. The Google Camera experience continues to be clean and sleek, while its features keep extending past the popular Lens Blur feature. Though the new Google Camera app has started rolling out, the Google Play Store page hasnt been updated to show the new improvements. We have been digging around and curated a list of the noticeable additions. Lets take a look: Cropping is improved or is it? You always get more options when you take photos at the standard 3×4 ratio. In fact, pictures are losing quality when they are cropped to 16×9, but those do look better in smartphone screens. This is why Google is now allowing Nexus 5 users to crop images to the average displays 16×9 ratio. In addition, video on the Nexus 5 has also been cropped a bit. The timer is back! Those who have been putting attention noticed the Google Camera has been missing the timer function. It is simply unacceptable to see such basic feature missing. Google has finally taken care of the missing link between well-timed photos and blurry, crooked messes. The user can choose between a 3 or 10 second timer. Not many options, but its better than nothing, which is what we had before. New panorama options Googles camera app now takes advantage of two new types of panorama mode fisheye and wide angle. These modes simply create new patterns in which the user must move the camera, in order to create the desired effect. If you are like me and dont really have a rush for these features, simply waiting for the update to roll out is your best bet. You can also download this update and side load it, though. Just in case you are in a rush. Download Google Camera from the Google Play Store Download Google Camera from Media Fire Enjoy!