The Chinese company OnePlus is doing even more to improve experiences of the old OnePlus mobile series holder. OnePlus 6 features an application that allows users to edit videos shot and stored in the gallery using different tools. The same set of tools will be rolled out for its predecessors like OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T, OnePlus 5, and OnePlus 5T.
The updated gallery app is now available on the Google Play Store app. It includes different video editing tools such as background music, slow-motion video editing, apply filters, and general clipping/trimming. Bug fixing and experience improvements will be a supplementary functionality offered by the company. All these features are already available on OnePlus 6 smartphones.
These editing tools are still not available for Android users. They have to download and install a separate app for editing their videos. The new updated version will be v2.6.71 that contains a small pencil allowing users to choose three different editing options for videos.
The one with scissors will let users trim video clipping, the second with a music note icon will add background music to the video while the third one in the middle allows you to apply filters. The update is available for OnePlus 3 handset and all the successors.
There are several other features the company will roll out for the older devices. Some of them will be custom accent colors of the device. The company doesn’t talk anything about improving the camera quality of the older devices, but it has promised to fix the issue as soon as possible. The user owning OnePlus or higher device, this is the right time to download the app from the Google Play store and install it for better video editing experience.
The company may take longer to add some trending features to the older devices, but this one step is a nice attempt that OnePlus has made. It recently rolled out an open beta program for OnePlus 3/3T, Project Treble support for OnePlus 5 and 5T. Moreover, it’s planning vigorously hard to improve software update plan for all the devices launched to date.