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~~The Google Camera app has a QR code reader built in. Most anyone with Android 7.0 or higher should be able to read a QR code by simply pointing their camera at it.~~
Edit: this was not one of my smarter moments. I have a Lenovo/Motorola Moto G5 Plus and the app is Moto Camera from Motorola Mobility. It is not the Google Camera as I previously believed.
The Moto Camera app was recently updated. From the "What's New" section:
"Added support for full resolution (4:3) image capture as default. If you prefer 16:9 (full screen), please change this by swiping from left to right on the screen for camera settings and changing the "Photo size" to 16:9."
Oh I didn't notice that. Try Motorola's own camera app; I think its quite useful https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.motorola.cameraone
otherwise I'm not sure what you miss, perhaps you have to search specifically for what you are missing
Lenovo Moto G5 Plus.
Because of your question I just double checked, it's the Moto Camera from Motorola Mobility. I'm guessing this app only works on Lenovo/Motorola phones. I was so sure it was the Google camera app I didn't bother checking prior to now. I'm kinda dumb sometimes.
IMO, The Moto Camera app is probably one of the best free apps out there. Haven't tried on Robin yet. But just look at it.
Yeah absolutely, I'm pretty sure it even uses the exact same camera hardware as the 2014 moto x :|
Been googling some more, seems there's two different motorola camera versions. there's com.motorola.camera and .cameraone - the latter having a lot more options, so I think I got the wrong one. Is this what yours looks like? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.motorola.cameraone
If so, got a link to it? :D
That all depends on whether Motorola publishes their app in the Play Store.
They have a camera app published it'd seem.
Did you try going to its Google Play Store page and see if there is an "Update" option?