HTC 10 has received a warm welcome and truth be told it does have a beautiful sleek design that made it rightfully earn positive reviews. Nevertheless, the device’s software shouldn’t be ignored either, as the Sense 8 interface is one of HTC’s best so far. And we have some good news – there is an easy way to get the HTC 10 stock apps on any Android devices, no root required!
As usual, the HTC 10 preset apps are exclusive to the handset, although thanks to a clever developer anyone can enjoy them, regardless if they own an HTC 10 or not.
Get the HTC 10 stock apps on any Android device
In other words, we can get the HTC 10 stock apps on any Android device, as long as it runs Marshmallow or a newer version. Continue reading and find out how to install them.
Before we proceed to the instructions, you should know you can only install the HTC 10 stock apps if your device is running Android 6.0 or higher. You will also need to have ‘Unknown sources’ enabled, and if you haven’t toggled on this option yet, you can do it from Settings -> Security (or ‘Lock screen and security‘).
Here are the download links to the APK files for the HTC 10 stock apps. Obviously, you can only download the ones you are interested in.
- HTC Album (direct .apk download)
- HTC Boost+ (direct .apk download)
- HTC Calendar (direct .apk download)
- HTC Camera (direct .apk download)
- HTC File Manager (direct .apk download)
- HTC Internet (direct .apk download)
For any of the above apps you chose to download, you can just tap on its ‘Download complete‘ notification then, tap Install and Done to complete the installation. If you downloaded more than one app, you will need to go through these steps for each of them.
This is how you can get the HTC 10 stock apps on any Android device – now that you know how to do it, go ahead and give them a try. The Album app is a great alternative to the stock Android Gallery app, the File Manager is well…..exactly what you’d expect from its name and the Boost+ app provides a quick way to clear RAM and cache.
Of course, there’s also the Calendar, Internet and Camera apps and you might experience some weird behaviors with the latter depending on the DPI of your smartphone. Let us know which of the HTC 10 apps you have tried and if you decided to continue using them.