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(Download) Google Pixel 2 Launcher on Any Android Phone (APK)

(Download) Google Pixel 2 Launcher on Any Android Phone (APK)

The Google Pixel 2 launcher brings many changes with it.

We're starting to roll out integrated video calling to first-generation Pixel, Android One, and Nexus devices, and it will also be available on Pixel 2 phones. Pixel users enjoy unlimited cloud storage for their photos in the original format, but with the new Pixel 2, it was confirmed that the unlimited* storage will end in 2020.

Some information in pre-release Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL software hints at battery level reporting for Bluetooth devices, like the Pixel Buds, so new Pixel owners won't have to be jealous of their Samsung and Apple friends.

Google has also included a very convenient add-on in the new app which is called the 'exposure auto focus lock'.




You can hit the source links below for more details on what these APK teardowns have for the futures of Google Duo and Google Photos apps.

On Home screen, the search bar appears at the bottom, and we have tested this out on the Moto G5 Plus running on Android 7.0 Nougat, it runs super fine without any hassle. In addition, the front camera also provides a "face retouching" option which will make the skin texture slightly blur and retouch small spots. After adjusting the exposure by tapping and dragging your finger anywhere on the screen and tapping a particular subject on which you want to focus on, you're also able to tap the new icon to lock these settings into place regardless of whether you move or touch your device any further. However, developer Tommaso Berlose makes it accessible to other Android phones with Another Widget.

What do you think about the Google Pixel 2 launcher?

As for the screen sharing feature, it's something that Google is possibly working on for updates after the latest v20. For instance, "HDR+ enhanced" has become part of the on/off toggles and the photo viewer has been changed significantly that looks similar to the Google Photos.

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