In this Android Tutorial, we are going to tell you how to get Pixel 3’s Top Shot Feature Work On Pixel 2. The APK for Pixel 3’s Google Photos App is available for download, and when you sideload it on your Pixel 2 you get the amazing Top Shot Feature on your older Pixel 2 device. Top Shot takes a burst of images rapidly, and then utilizes machine learning to point out the best shot in the series. This feature comes in handy when the subject is smiling, blinking and/or looking at the camera. Therefore, with Pixel 3’s Google Photos App you are not going to have any pictures with half closed eyes.
Google tends to release each of its latest phones with a handful of exclusive features. Though these exclusive features are released for older devices in the future. But Google keeps some features exclusive to the latest device in order to attract the users to buy the latest phone. Same is the case with Top Shot Feature, for the time it is being kept exclusive to Pixel 3. But with help of our guide, you get Pixel 3’s Top Shot Feature work on Pixel 2, right now.
So, if you want to get Top Shot Feature on your Google Pixel 2 than keep on reading.
How to Get Pixel 3’s Top Shot Feature Work on Pixel 2
First of all, uninstall Google Photos app update from the phone because the Play Store might have installed a build with higher version code.
- Download Google Photos 4.4 APK.
- Copy the downloaded APK to your Android device.
- To install APK files from other sources you will have to go to Setting >> Security >> Allow Unknown Sources. Once you check this option you will be able to install the files.
- Tap the downloaded APK to initiate the installation process
- After completion, launch Google Photos App.
This is how you can get Pixel 3’s Top Shot Feature Work on Pixel 2. Your Google Photos app, on your Pixel 2, must show the Top Shot Timeline now.