Samsung’s latest creations in smartwatch series are so advance that they will perform most of the tasks of your smartphones. These days smartwatch does lots of work to make us forget our phones like listening to songs, tracking workout activities, get important notifications and more. The Galaxy Watch Active & Watch Active 2 is now available in markets and carries the legacy of Samsung Galaxy Watch to perform such tasks. Do you know smartwatches can also control your smartphone’s camera to take pictures and also to change the camera settings?
Yes, lots of camera apps in the Galaxy Store will allow you to take pictures using your smartwatch. With the help of such camera apps, you can set a timer, make changes in-camera settings, shoot videos and share images. To download such apps, here are the best camera apps for Samsung Galaxy Watch Active & Watch Active 2.
1. Camera Controller
The Camera Controller app helps you to have effective control on your Android phone camera through the smartwatch. You can handle all the camera settings through the wrist and capture photos, shoot videos without using a smartphone. Camera Controller exchanges camera modes like Auto, Night and HDR as well as a set timer to take a picture.
You can switch between the front camera or back camera and exchange resolution of the photo size. The app enables you to preview pictures captured and videos recorded, for that touch preview screen on Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Watch Active 2.
2. Wrist Camera
It has a user-friendly interface and simple features for better control over the smartphone cameras. The app with the latest Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Watch Active 2 helps you to manage your camera with just a tap. You can set timer to capture the shot, this is best option for group photo.
Also rotate the bezel to change different settings like zoom in or zoom out, change the flash setting and set the brightness. Switch between the rear camera and selfie camera through the wrist. The app turns your smartwatch into a selfie stick for your phone camera.
3. Camera One
Having access to your phone camera through the smartwatch enhances your convenience. Camera One app comes with several pretty enough features to give you enhanced remote control over a phone camera. You can use the bezel ( not on Galaxy Watch Active) to change several settings such as zoom, flash, adjust exposure and HDR.
Timer comes with 2, 5 and 10 seconds option to capture the best shot. Customizable Home button action lets you capture a photo or shoot video without touching the screen and just with the help of a bezel. You can directly save files on SD card through the smartwatch.
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4. Camera Widget
An amazing camera control app that comes with several innovative features. It is equipped with a special Bluetooth remote control shutter mode which captures photos with the built-in camera app. Other important features are switching between rear or front camera, enhanced flash mode control and the app also works while the screen is off.
With the Camera Widget, you can just turn the bezel to capture photos or shoot videos. The app enhances the access of Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Watch Active 2 over the smartphone camera. Further, it has a single button mode and private mode and available for the purchase of Rs.69.
5. Galaxy Camera Remote
Specially designed to control the Galaxy phone camera through Samsung smartwatches. You can have access to your phone camera manually and capture photos through the wrist. Rotate the bezel to navigate your phone camera settings and select features. Galaxy Camera Remote is available on the Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Watch Active 2 to capture the photos with a set timer. It is available to purchase for Rs.70 and offers decent features.
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to get above all best camera apps on Galaxy Watch Active or Galaxy Watch Active 2 wearables go to Galaxy Store or Wearable app on your smartphone. You can also directly download these apps from the Galaxy Store in your smartwatch. Note that, Galaxy Watch Active doesn’t have bezel so you may have to go in the camera settings to make some changes.