Android has come a long way as an operating system and also an ecosystem. A lot has changed in the way Android looks and feels but the improvements do not stop there. There have been tons of new features and improvements to Android in recent years. It would not be an over statements to say that Android is inching closer to closing the gap between desktops and smartphones.
Google, the maker of Android, also happens to make some solid Android devices as well – Google Pixel. After the modestly priced Nexus line, Pixel is the go-to choice for anyone looking to experience Android the way Google intended it to be. While they may not sell very well like Samsung phones or other Android OEM phones, they do have a decent amount of fan following. Also, Google Pixel devices come with Stock Android and a few other hand-picked pixel-exclusive features to make the experience even better.
Android phones have also grown stronger in the hardware department as well. There was a time when a 5 Mega Pixel camera was considered ‘wonderful’ and now we have triple cameras. Even entry-level/mid-range Android devices come with dual and triple camera setup! While everyone else is marching towards increasing the number of camera sensors on their device, Google has been doing wonders with a single camera module.
If you are looking for Google Camera APK for any other Android device, visit the below page to view the complete collection of available APK files for supported Android devices.
Unlike other manufacturers, Google relies on software for delivering stunning pictures. Google’s software game is so good that a lot of devices with triple cameras cannot take photos that would even come anywhere near photos that were taken on a Google Pixel device. Now, since the Google Camera Magic lies in the software, aka APK files, they can be ported to other Android devices too. Don’t get me wrong, Galaxy A70 comes with some amazing pair of cameras. But with Google Camera Port for Samsung Galaxy A70, they can click even better pictures!
Google Camera Port for Galaxy A70
Google Camera Port (GCam) is available for many Android devices out there. Our beloved developers have been working tirelessly to bring the best Google Camera experience to all the Android devices.
While it is true that the Google Camera Port is available for many devices, it doesn’t mean it’s available for all of them. A lot of fo devices are still waiting for GCam support. Luckily, Galaxy A70 Google Camera Port has arrived way sooner than many other devices.
Please note that the stock camera app that comes pre-installed with the device is in no way a bad one. Honestly, it is one of the phones which take good quality pictures out there, if not great. With the back camera also acting as the selfie camera, you are going to take some awesome selfies too! But it is a known fact that Google Camera app is insanely good and it will almost outperform the stock camera performance 9 times out of 10.
Install Google Camera Port on Samsung Galaxy A70
- Download the APK file from the downloads section above.
- Transfer the downloaded APK file to your device.
- Open a file explorer of your choice and navigate to the folder where you have copied the GCam APK for Galaxy A70.
- Simply tap on it and install the app like any other application.
Now you are all set to click some jaw-dropping pictures with your Asus Zeonfone 6. The XML file you just used is nothing but a bunch of pre-defined configurations/settings for the Google Camera App to work properly on your device. Since the settings part is taken care of, you can jump ahead to shooting awesome pictures with your device!
This is the easiest way to download and install Google Camera Port (GCam) on Samsung Galaxy A70. We are absolutely sure that the photos taken with Google Camera would be remarkably better than the ones taken with Stock Asus camera app.
If you happen to come across any difficulties with installing the Samsung Galaxy A70 GCam or having a hard time with configuring it, do let us know in the comments below. Also, don’t forget to tell us what you think about the quality of pictures taken with the Google Camera App!