OnePlus rolls out its first Gallery app for OxygenOS

OnePlus Gallery app

OnePlus Gallery. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

OnePlus’ own OxygenOS platform now has its very own Gallery app. It’s currently available on the OnePlus 2 and coming soon to other devices, and it promises to provide a “no-fuss” experience that’s completely free and ideal for offline browsing.

The OnePlus One, which shipped with CyanogenMod pre-installed, had its own Gallery app — but its successors lost that when they adopted OxygenOS. Users did get Google Photos pre-installed, but those who didn’t want to use that had to find another third-party alternative.

Now the OnePlus Gallery is here, with a clean and simple user interface that makes it “perfect for day-to-day photo browsing, editing, and organizing.” OnePlus calls it a “no-fuss” gallery app, and that really is the case.

Unlike the Gallery apps you’ll find pre-installed on most other smartphones, the OnePlus Gallery has no filters or effects to play around with. You can crop, rotate, and draw on your images… but that’s it. You can also set favorites that appear in their own album.

If you want a really simple Gallery app that doesn’t send your images into the cloud, stop working when you go offline, or overwhelm you with features you never use, then, OnePlus Gallery is it.

You can download it on your OnePlus 2 today from Google Play by following the source link below. OnePlus says it will be available on its other handsets soon.