Google has rolled out a new security camera app that will not work on iPhone5s, the company said on Friday.
The company said that the camera app would work on Android devices, which has been the platform for many popular security cameras.
“This means that you can get a new camera on your phone without the need to unlock it, and without having to worry about your phone being tapped on by the criminals,” Google wrote in a blog post.
“But for those who prefer the convenience of the standard iPhone app, there is an optional app that provides a single, secure camera app for your iPhone.
You can enable this feature in Settings on the app’s main page, or by going to Settings > Security and privacy > Camera.””
It’s very important to know that your iPhone will not get the new camera app, as this is still in development and will be subject to further updates.
You’ll also be able to opt out from receiving updates through the Settings app in the future.”
Google’s app for the iPhone is the first to be available to the public, as the company was working on it with a small team of people.
The new security app is being billed as the “world’s first smartphone security camera”, and it works by sending images to Google’s servers.
“When a photo is captured on the camera, the image is then saved and displayed on the device,” the blog post said.
“It can be edited, and the image can be resized, while still keeping the image quality the same.”
The security app works by using a special app called Google Authenticator to generate a unique code.
When users open the app, they are given a screen that asks for the code, which is then entered into the app and displayed.
This code can then be entered into a secure web browser and stored on the phone’s memory.
When the code is entered into an app, it is then used to create a new profile and create a QR code for the app to scan, Google said.
Google’s security camera will be used to help police officers, and for the government to help identify criminals, the blog said.
The app can also be used for “non-technical security purposes” to check whether the app is up-to-date, it said.