Download Google Camera Port APK with HDR+

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Google Camera APK with HDR+ has been supported by a Ukrainian developer, B-S-G, and it is reported to work on Snapdragon 820, 821 and 835 chipset smartphones. This chipset compatibility means that the app works on a variety of phones from a variety of OEMs. You can download the full Google Camera Port APK from the link given below and use the procedure to install it. Google uses digital HDR+ processing and this technology can be run on devices other than Google’s own is quite an achievement.

The Google Camera app on its own doesn’t work with these devices so some additions / changes had to be made. This is also the reason for the name difference, it isn’t the official APK from Google Play Store but a modified one from B-S-G. All credit goes to the developer for trying to make it work and then going on to succeed with it.

Google Camera APK

Download Google Camera APK Port

Get the Google Camera APK with HDR+ Support here: Google-Camera-HDR-Plus.apk

The installation of this APK is just like any other app. After installation, it would show up as an independent app. You would be able to access it through the app drawer. You can read our detailed guide below on how to install the APK and even uninstall it afterwards.

How to Install Google Camera APK Port

As mentioned before, you need to be running Android Nougat for this tutorial to work.

Step 1 – Download Google Camera APK:

Step 2 – Locate the APK you just downloaded and open it to install it.

Step 3 – If you are installing an APK directly for the very first time, you would be notified to enable “Unknown Source” setting.

Step 4 – After enabling, the app should install. The app would show up in your app drawer. Keep in mind, the stock camera app on your device would remain the same and this would work along side it.

That’s it! You can use the Google Camera app with HDR+ directly on your phone.

If this instructions / guide was not clear enough or you are stuck somewhere, you can read our complete guide on how to install APK files on your Android device here:

How to Uninstall Google Camera From Your Phone

If you are already tired of playing with the Google Camera or you want to revert back to stock camera, use the details below for uninstalling the app.

Step 1 – Go to Settings > Applications on your phone.

Step 2 – Tap the three-dot menu icon (top right) and select “Show system apps”

Step 3 – Now scroll down and look for the “Google Camera” app. Tap on it.

Step 4 – Now, click on “Uninstall”.

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