Google Phone app is a highly demanded app, and it comes as a pre-installed in Google Pixel series and Android One devices. Many users want to have a Google app, but they can’t have it. People who don’t have Google smartphone, they can’t see the Phone app in the Google Play Store. Also, the sideloading app can do the app crash, and many workarounds and model versions are circulating to help. But now the Google Phone public beta app is visible to download for non-Pixel devices.
As the Phone app is available to download on the Play Store, but, all the devices can’t download it. According to XDA Developers, the Samsung and OnePlus devices owner can’t be able to search the Google Phone app on the Play Store. Moreover, the users of ZenFone 6 running the latest ZenUI updates confirm that they can use the Google Phone app in their smartphones, in the form of a beta version.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro and the LG V60 users can also use the Google Phone app. XDA Developers checked the code of the Google Phone app and said that this new app needs the dialler’s shared library, which should be on the phone. And it is not present in the Samsung and OnePlus devices, which is the reason that they can’t have the Google Phone App, and it is not showing in the Google Play store.
If a user wants to use the Phone app and wants to see if their phone is compatible, then they can search the app in the Play Store. The user can also select to sideload the beta app via APK Mirror. It is not confirmed yet that Google releases the Phone app on the Play Store or accidentally it came to the store.