Download Gcam Tool App If You Own a Google Pixel Phone Right Now

camera is now one of the most important sections in our smartphones, and every time we give more importance when we buy a new mobile. Also, if you notice, all the high end mobile phone manufacturers have also recognized the importance of a camera in a mobile. Hence we see a 13mp to 20 mp camera Phones now-a-days.

We personally would like this fight to focus a bit on the software, which is the most important part of smartphones, and it can also greatly improve the photographic experience. And if not tell Google and Google Pixel 2, which has the same sensor as the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus, but gives an infinitely better result.

Google Pixel 2 Xl

Not too long ago, the community managed to carry the camera of the Google Pixel 2 XL to be compatible with terminals other than Google, and the result, which we will talk about next week, is undoubtedly wonderful. And today, we’re going to show you an application that makes this Pixel 2 XL camera even more perfect, let’s see it!

Download Gcam Tool App If You Own a Google Pixel Phone Right Now

Gcam tool for Pixel Phone

 

GCam Tool, is an application to move the portraits of the Google camera automatically.The camera of Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL are, possibly, the devices with the best camera on the market. And if it is, it is because of software of the phones, which allows the users to click a brutal portrait mode picture with a single camera.

And, the truth is that this application that we are going to teach you then fixes the only bad thing about the potraits i.e., the location of the images. And, the portraits are automatically saved in new folders within the main photo folder.

Without which, after a couple of days of taking pictures, we have 40 portfolios of portrait modes, making our gallery more fat than necessary. And that’s where GCam Tool comes handy, since it’s an application that is capable of automatically moving these photos to the folder of your choice.

How to Use Gcam tool App?

Just press the Batch Move button, and then select the folder that is one level above the portraits, that is, where the folders are stored, which is usually Photos.

Then, just select another folder to receive these images every time you take them. We recommend you to create a folder called “Portraits” so that everyone can go there and access them easily.

The Church of England adopts Apple Pay to accept donations from the iPhone

The Church of England adopts Apple Pay to accept donations from the iPhone

Normally you wait for banks and chain stores to adopt Apple Pay and thus contribute to the growth of users of the platform, but I have to admit that the last thing I imagined was that the Church of England confirmed that they have started accepting donations using Apple Pay .

SALISBURY, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 14: A view of Salisbury Cathedral on September 14, 2016 in Salisbury, England. Salisbury Cathedral, alongside a handful of other English cathedrals, is rare in having its own Works Department. It consists of a multi-disciplined team of artisans with expertise in many fields. It currently offers a stonemasonry apprenticeship which allows the traditional skills to be passed on whilst also gaining recognised qualifications. Since 1986 the cathedral has been running a continuous major repair programme and although work has been completed in several key areas, such as the spire, there is still a great deal of work to be done. The cathedral celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2008 and these works will ensure that it stays in good repair for centuries to come. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

The religious organization has implemented it in 16,000 churches in the United Kingdom, to move from throwing coins in the donation boxes to directly bringing our iPhone and making a donation after entering the amount of money we want to give. The system was being tested in 40 churches since last summer.

“Adopt or Die” is the New Motto :

The ecclesiastics do not take this as a joke, much less: the Anglican church receives more than 580 million pounds (almost 664 million euros at current exchange rate) annually from its parishioners and businesses, and was getting uneasy when they saw that they were increasingly plus the believers who did not have cash when they entered the churches.

We will have to see how all believers get used to this system. But even in the churches are adopting Apple Pay and little by little the platform appears even in payments of large items , in business they run out of arguments to do so. As long as there are integrated banks , of cour