OnePlus has launched a new Notes app for its OnePlus community, that comes built-in for OxygenOS 11. The Notes app is designed to set for the entire screen, at the same time, focused on easier access to options.

This includes setting the new note, menu, and search buttons from half to the bottom of the screen, making it accessible with one hand.

OnePlus Notes App Launched Based on OxygenOS 11

OnePlus has been at the forefront of launching productivity-based apps. While it revamped the Gallery app with support to 4K video editing, added floating window support in Gaming mode, and is planning for a smartwatch even.

Besides adding more functionalities to existing apps, it has now introduced a new app called Notes.

The new Notes app is based on OxygenOS 11, which in turn running on Android 10 and Android 11 powered OnePlus devices like Nord, 8, and 8 Pro. Earlier today, Google confirmed that it’s rolling the stable build of Android 11 OS to OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro handsets along with high-end phones of other OEMs.

And now, the new Notes app is something that’s directed for letting users take note of important things without any third-party app. The new app is focused more on easing the handling of the app, like the ability to use with one hand.

Thereby, it brought down the buttons of Menu and Search to the center and New Notes button to the bottom. The home page of the Notes app has the cards or bars style design of all notes, which are arranged by the latest dates.

Moving in, it has set options like the checklist, bullet points, image, and camera at the top of the keyboard. Since the latest OxygenOS 11 is integrated with Android 11 in new phones, it’s hoped to run smooth like Google’s Keep. If you’re interested in trying this out, download it here: OnePlus Notes app


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