Next up, see the same footage with none of the clever new Google Photos video stabilization.
Unfortunately, it comes at a cost: you'll notice some warping in your video which makes it look like reality is breaking.
If you hate shaky videos as much as we do, then you'll be glad to know that Google has added video stabilization to Google Photos through the app's latest 2.13 update.
To find the stabilizer, simply open a video and tap the edit (pencil) icon. However, the major addition was the video stabilization feature. In the editor, you'll see a "Stabilize" button at the bottom left.
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The stabilization feature is actually pretty easy and painless to use, especially if you have a smartphone that has good processing power.
Android Police has also discovered references to a Google+ integration as well as mentions of "Austin's Mystery Feature" in their teardown of the APK.
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After the stabilisation is done, one can watch the video and can even compare the difference by toggling the stabilisation On or Off. However, Toombs has said that these could just be some strings that coincidentally match up with the familiar strings found in the Google+ app. We still have no idea what Google plans to do with Google+ since they seem to be spinning off various features of it into brand new products. Later when the official rollout of the updated version happened, the "faster sharing" feature turned out to be a feature of library called SendKit, which was an in-app list of your contacts that you could share to via an email or SMS.