Download Google Camera Go APK with HDR Support for low-end phones

In favor to bring the features of high-end Pixel phones camera app to the low-end phones, Google released GCam Go app, earlier this year in March. However, the initial version of the app is a simple camera app, it didn’t include the anticipated features like Night Sight or HDR. Two months ago, the app gets a major update which received the Night Sight feature, not only this, but the company has also promised to bring the HDR support to the Camera Go app. Google has fulfilled its promise and released a new update for GCam Go app. Here you can Download latest Google Camera Go 1.11 APK with HDR mode support.

If you want to enhance the picture quality on your smartphone, then make sure to give a try to the new Camera Go 1.11 app. Last week, Google has tweeted on its official Android twitter handle about the HDR mode. The company has mentioned, that now users can capture photos “with crisper details and richer color at any time of day.”

The app is available for the low-end Android Go phones like Nokia 1.3, Lava Z61 Pro, Lava Be U, Wiko Y61, Wiko Y81, and a few other phones. Apparently, the newer GCam Go app is also available for manual sideloading, Yes, you can easily download the app from the web and install it on your low-end device. Aside from the Night Sight and HDR mode, then app also has a list of other features which helps you to capture splendid images and also allows you to maintain the storage easily (by showing remaining space).

One of the best things of the Camera Go app is, it’s a light weight app, you can easily install it on low-end phones. Here’s how you can download and install new GCam Go 1.11 APK with HDR mode support.

Download Google Camera Go 1.1 APK with HDR

Google Camera 1.11 version brings the newer HDR feature to the low-end phones. The app is available for the Android Go Edition phones running on Android Oreo 8.0 or newer. However, the app is compatible with most Android phones, but the HDR mode may not be available for the high-end phones. As for now, the feature is available for the limited models. Here’s the download link of latest GCam Go APK 1.11.346735625_release from APKMirror.

How to Install Google Camera Go 1.11 APK

  1. At first download the app from above-listed links.
  2. After downloaded, head over to the settings then enable the Unkown Sources.
  3. Now Install the Google Camera.
  4. Once done, open the app and allow the app permissions if any needed.
  5. That’s it.

Note: Before Installing the new GCam app, make sure to delete the older version (if you’ve installed). After installing, there’s no need to do configurations like the ported versions, you can simply open the app and start capturing mind-boggling pictures with your low-end smartphone.

You can even use the new Google Camera Go app on the budget mid-range Samsung Galaxy A-series phones with Exynos chipset. If you’re looking for GCam mod for mid-range or high-end phones, then make sure to check out our Google Camera articles with recommendations for settings. All done. Start capturing blazing and great photos directly from your Android Phone.

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