Download Google Playground APK for Non-Pixel Devices

With this article, you can get Google Playground AR stickers for your non-Pixel smarpthone. Google announced a rebranding of its augmented reality stickers feature back in October when they changed it name to Playground as part of the Pixel 3 hardware event which was held in New York City. Playground will now exist as a special mode within the Pixel camera, and it will, using different algorithms, suggest new AR animations to fit the scene you’re in, regardless of whether you’re using the front or rear facing lenses. In addition to the rebranding, Google is launching four new packs of these AR animations and fittingly calling them “Playmoji.”

Initially announced last fall as AR Stickers, these virtual animations were similar to the lenses and filters that Snapchat popularized a few years back. But a key difference is that these are entirely in 3D and are deployed with a much smarter sense of spatial and object recognition, thanks to Google’s advances in artificial intelligence. Google launched Strangers Things stickers, as well as a pack for Star Wars during The Last Jedi theatrical run late last year. Now you can have them on your non-pixel devices.

Google Playground APK

In the new Playmoji packs, Google lets you pick from a selection of cartoony pets, visual and interactive signs, comic strip-style sports animations, and anthropomorphic weather effects which are now available in Non-Pixel devices.

Download Google Playground APK for Non-Pixel Devices

Download the complete Google Playground APK with all the AR stickers from link below:

File: Playground_All_Pack_V1.8build-2.1.181127086.apk
Size: 467.8MB

How to install Google Playground APK for Non-Pixel Devices

Follow the guide below to install the APK file:

Step 1 – Download the Google Playground APK file:

File: Playground_All_Pack_V1.8build-2.1.181127086.apk
Size: 467.8MB

Step 2 – Once downloaded, locate the APK you just downloaded on your phone and open it to install it.

Step 3 – If you are installing an APK directly for the very first time, you would be notified to enable “Unknown Source” setting. If not sure about this, we have a dedicated tutorial for it as well.

Step 4 – After enabling, tap on the install button at the bottom right.

Step 5 – Once installation is complete, the wizard will display the following status. Tap on Open to go straight to the app or on Done to close wizard and manually start the app from its shortcut.

There you go. You have now installed Google Playground on your non-pixel device. Share you experience with us by dropping a comment below.

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