Looking for a more Googley GS5 experience? Here are eight ways to get started …

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is the hot new Android phone of the moment, with waterproof credentials, a new soft-touch plastic rear and a highly capable 16-megapixel camera. But one major sticking point for Android purists is Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface. Though it’s been pared back, flattened and de-bloated in its latest revision, TouchWiz remains a polarizing UI. And some of us just prefer the simpler look of vanilla Android.

Fortunately, thanks to Google rolling out many of its own Android apps freely on the Play Store, it’s easier than ever for GS5 owners to switch to a setup closer to stock Android. Head past the break to find out how.

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