Samsung’s Camera Controller app has become essential for selfie lovers to take group selfies. Most of the users find it useful when taking pictures with the phone camera. Initially, when it launched, the app only works on Galaxy Watch Active 2. Later, Samsung expanded it to the previous Galaxy Watch & Galaxy Watch Active. Also, in the smartphones, it supported Galaxy S10 & Note 10 series, but later in the April update, Samsung added Galaxy S20 & Fold series devices. Now the Camera Controller app supports more flagship smartphones.
In the latest update, the users of Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Note9 & Z Flip, can use the Camera Controller app. The Galaxy S9 & Galaxy Note9 series is from 2018, and the Z Flip has launched along with the Galaxy S20 series. These devices are still ruling in the market, so after the support, the app will be available for wide range users. The Camera Controller app is more advanced compared to other third-party apps in the Galaxy Store. You can see a preview of the image or video before taking them and see the results after taking photos.
The app also adjusts the focus and sets the timer for a group selfie. Even you can switch the cameras of smartphones. To take the picture, just tap on the shutter, and for the timer, click on the Timer option. To get a clear image or to focus, touch on the part of the specific screen point. To switch the cameras, slide the screen from up to down to change from rear to front camera and vice versa. The new Camera Controller app version 1.0.79 is now available in the Galaxy Store. To use the app on Galaxy S9/S9+, Note9 & Z Flip, install the latest app version.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.