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Here’s how you can download GApps 8.1 ARM64 APK packages for Pixel, Nexus, OnePlus devices, and more from Android 8.1 Oreo.

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The advantages of rooting an Android device – as well as some of the drawbacks – have been well documented in many a post here at Redmond Pie. But if you have decided to enter the Dark Side, as it were, you’ll be more than aware that both management and all-in-one tools can be invaluable in terms of getting the most from your hacking and modding endeavors.

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Google offers an impressive array of useful apps, and one of the benefits of owning an Android device is that each Google App, or GApp, is offered right from the company’s famed Play Store. Akin to the Web and desktop versions of apps such as Drive, Keep, Maps and Translate, the mobile versions offer clean, minimalistic and uniform interfaces; but if you’re looking for something a little alternative to that quintessentially-Google appearance, one developer has spent a great deal of time inverting the color schemes of said apps to give a radically different appearance. One look is described as “transparent”, whilst the other, darker look is “blacked-out”, and if you feel as though your Google apps are looking a little washed-out, you may want to check out these modded APKs.

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GApps for Android provides a solid base of highly functional apps for the many millions on the company’s mobile ecosystem, and with Android 4.2 bringing a deluge of new features to the table, it’s only natural those floundering in wait of an OTA update would wish to get their hands on GApps 4.2.

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