Google Camera with HDR + has finally been released. As we wrote in the title Google Camera con HDR+, it is for many, but not for everyone. Google Camera con HDR+ it was modified by a Ukrainian developer, BSG, and we're told it can be only installed on phones that are powered by the following Snapdragon 820, 821 and 835 processors.
Compatibility with these chipsets means that the application works with many phones, and from different manufacturers. can download the full Google Camera APK with HDR + from the link below and install it following the procedure described below.
Google uses HDR + digital processing and this technology can run on devices other than Google's, all of which is a great achievement. The Google Camera application with HDR + only works with these phones, and some additions / changes have been made to it.
This is also the reason for the difference in names, it is not the official APK that you find on the Google Play Store, but it is a modified application. All credit goes to the developer, for porting Google Camera with HDR + to many phones.
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Download the Google Camera APK with HDR + here: Google-Camera-HDR-Plus.apk
The installation of this APK is just like that of any other application. After installation, you will see it in the applications menu. You can read our detailed guide below on how to install the APK and also uninstall it later.
As I told you before, you need to have Android Nougat installed on your phone for this application to work.
Phase 1 - Download Google Camera APK:
- File : Google-Camera-HDR-Plus.apk
Phase 2 - Locate the APK you just downloaded and click on it to install it.
Phase 3 - If you are installing an APK for the first time, you will be notified to enable the “Unknown sources” setting.
Step 4 - After enabling unknown sources, the application needs to be installed. The application will be displayed in the app menu. Note that the camera app that you already installed on your device will not be touched.
That's all! You can use the Google Camera application with HDR + directly on your phone.
If you are already tired of the Google camera and want to go back to the pre-installed camera, use the guide below to uninstall the application.
Step 1 - Go to Settings> Applications on the phone.
Phase 2 - Tap the three-dot menu icon (top right) and select "Show system applications"
Phase 3 - Scroll down and search for the “Google Camera” application. Tap on it.
Phase 4 - Now, click on “Uninstall”.