OnePlus has unveiled and published a new app for OnePlus 2 owners rocking OxygenOS, called OnePlus Gallery. As the name suggests, it's essentially an organizer for all the snaps captured throughout the day. Billed as a streamlined experience, this latest offering from the company is optimized for offline use, allowing you to get back to real life promptly without messing around.
The app also attempts to organize all your collections for you, utilizing pictures and images from multiple sources. Basic tools are available too, including the ability to crop, resize and even draw on saved shots. As touched on already, OnePlus Gallery is only available for the OnePlus 2 running OxygenOS version 2.2.1. The company will announce when the app is rolled out to other OnePlus handsets.
If you're rocking a supported handset, download OnePlus Gallery from the Play Store.
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