Google unbundles Android battery app and pushes it to the Play Store

Google unbundles Android battery app and pushes it to the Play Store

Google unbundles Android battery app and pushes it to the Play Store

You're now able to download and sideload the 5.1 version of the Google Camera Android app which will come pre-installed on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, with the app being originally shared by Android Police. Only if they have the Pixel launcher set as a system app will Google Now and the homepage and all that good stuff appear.

Many people have been pleased to see such unbundling, as it makes it far easier for Google to release updates for individual components without having to wait for the next big Android update to roll out.

Like the Google Pixel 2's launcher that we reported on earlier today, the guys over at XDA have managed to extract the new Pixel Camera APK for those with the original Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL (running Android 8.0 Oreo or above) to install.

The app itself is fairly simple, but nonetheless impressive and useful. But, if you're looking for something that will provide your handset with maximum protection, you might want to take a look the latest from Urban Armor Gear.

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If you were hoping to be able to run the app on your phone or tablet, however, the chances are that you're out of luck. First, it is the official battery management app from Google. Previously, it has been possible to order things from Google Express with your voice if you owned a Google Home device.

As the company continues to work out these little (but many) discrepancies, it shows that they're not giving up on the problem and continuing work to improve the user experience.

Google's goal of interconnecting its services and devices is slowly advancing.

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