Now there is a new free alternative for ensuring videos are steady, with the latest update to Google Photos. The new version of the app sees support enabled for video stabilisation, allowing correction of footage after it has been recorded.
The new revision of Google Photos carries the version number 2.13, and has already started rolling out to users.
Optical image stabilisation is a feature that is typically only present on high-end smartphones, although software-based stabilisation is a more readily-available feature.
The release of Google Photos v2.13 means that software stabilisation now becomes even more widely available to Android users.
How useful software stabilisation is as a feature on any device or app will always come down to the results it is able to produce. And in the case of Google Photos’ implementation initial signs are encouraging, with a number of positive early reports.
[via Android Police]