According to a newly leaked screenshot, the Camera app in Windows 8.1 is expected to receive a user interface update to better support thumb use when holding the sides of the device.
More Windows 8.1 build 9385 pictures are being released to the web this morning, with another one being related to the camera app shown in the build. The new app now features a timer that counts on the left side, and newer buttons on the button right hand corner, as well on the right side to change from pictures to videos. Overall, it seems that you can now change the amount of time you have to have the camera take the picture automatically.
Many screenshots of Windows 8.1 build 9385 have leaked onto the web over the last few days, revealing a few new changes to the currently in development OS. Microsoft are expected to release a Windows 8.1 Preview at Build 2013 in May later this year.
It looks like we will be seeing a slew of updated apps in Windows Blue!Microsoft, Windows 8