Google unveiled the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL earlier this month, and first-generation Pixel owners might not find anything that would make it worth handing over a giant pile of cash to upgrade. One thing that may entice some is the Pixel 2 Google Camera app, which supposedly was going to be exclusive to this year’s Pixels.
However, the app can apparently be loaded onto some other Android devices, giving some a chance to try it out without upgrading to one of the new Pixel 2 handsets. XDA-Developers found a way to extract the Pixel 2 Google Camera app and a few other software features that are debuting in the new Pixels.
The Google Camera app features the company’s HDR+ technology, which enables users to snap photos that look amazing without having to edit the RAW image files, XDA explains. The Pixel 2 Google Camera app includes several other new features as well, which is why many are happy to learn that this app can be side-loaded onto other Android devices. The new features include Motion Photo, Portrait Mode, Face Retouching and others.
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XDA shared the APK for the Pixel 2 Google Camera app, which includes Motion Photo and Face Retouching. T