How To Install New Android 4.3 Camera App On All Android Devices
Google recently launched its version of the HTC One and the Galaxy S4. Both these phones have stunning specs and a great look and feel, but what’s more is the new camera app that is bundled with these phones.
What’s so great about the new camera app?
It has this new feature called PhotoSphere, which allows you to take 360 degrees and full angle photos, and share them directly to Google maps or Google+. Unfortunately, not everyone has a HTC One or a Samsung Galaxy S4. So here is how to get the cool new camera app on any android device running android 4.0 or higher. The wonderful thing is you don’t even need to be rooted to do this!
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Step 1: Go to settings. Then scroll down to security and select “Install applications from unknown sources”. This option may also be under developer options, depending on the version of android you have.
Step 2: Download the file attached, called NewCameraApp.apk. Put it on a sdcard, or transfer it via SSH to your device.
Step 3: Install the file, and viola! That’s it!
The best part about this is that you can have both your original camera app and this new one installed. Once you’re done taking those PhotoSphere photos, be sure to share them with others via Google+.