Get Your Hands On With OnePlus Messages App on Any Android Devices

China-based smartphone organization which is the maker of OnePlus has announced some of the changes and features for their OnePlus devices. OnePlus has its own OS known as OxygenOS which is fast and smooth. OnePlus is a good company providing ethical services. Get Your Hands On With OnePlus Messages App on Any Android Devices.

Recently, the company introduced the OnePlus Messages App on Play Store. However, the app is not public yet but the final version will arrive soon, reported by XDA Developers. This app is not at all similar to another messaging app. In this article, we’ve given exposure to OnePlus Message App and its features. Without further ado, let’s get started.

Get Your Hands On With OnePlus Messages App on Any Android Devices

OnePlus Message App features

OnePlus Message App comes with a bunch of new features, one of them is you can now quickly copy OTP from the notification bar quickly just by tapping on it. This is quite handy and effective in eliminating those small drag times. Now, the message will sort itself in an organized manner by different categories of OTP, Transaction messages, etc. The UI is quite fascinating displays messages in card format. The app is quite advanced in that you can check or track credited or debited amounts from your bank.

The OnePlus Message App is currently new to access, therefore, you may face some glitch or small bug. So it’s recommended to wait for the final version to arrive on Play Store. So it basically indicates that the OnePlus Message app will be available for other android devices too.

However, there is not any confirmation that this app will be available for OnePlus Nord as it ships with Google Messages and not the onePlus Message app.

OnePlus has previously launched some of its other apps on Google Play Store like OnePlus Whether and OnePlus Notes. Also, OnePlus is all set to release OnePlus 8T 5G globally on October 14. So we can expect to see more features and changes in the device.

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Subodh Gupta
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