Using an Android smartphone comes with a variety of opportunities that make life easier. Google’s Android operating system gives you access to a lot of Google’s apps and services that make life easier. One of the most important accessories which is mostly underutilized is the camera. Aside taking good pictures, there are a plethora of things that your camera can do that will shock you. So I have put together a few things that you can do with your android phone camera.
3 things you can do with your Android phone camera
1. Translate text
Google has an app called “Google Goggles”. This app helps you to translate text from pictures and hard-copy documents you have around. Simply drift your telephone’s camera over a picture of some content, snap a photograph and Google Goggles will detect if the content is in a foreign language and endeavor to break down and interpret the picture for you.
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2. Document scanning
Don’t stress yourself trying to get a scanner when you need to save copies of your hard copy documents in the cloud for back up purposes. If the documents are not many, just use your phone to scan them and you’re good to go. Most modern devices come with scanning properties in the camera options. But if your android phone doesn’t have that option, you can try using Google Drive.
3. Check if your TV remote is working
In case you’re not exceptionally anxious to race to the closest shop to check if your remote control batteries have stopped working, this trick will spare you time. Simply take your cell phone, and launch the camera application.
At that point, take the remote control, point it at the camera, and press any button. If you see a red or pinkish light coming from the tip of the remote when you look at it through your phone’s display, it means the infrared signal is working properly and the problem, in this case, it’s the batteries.
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