OnePlus Gallery 3.11.2 adds a Google Lens shortcut to analyze images

OnePlus Gallery 3.11.2 adds a Google Lens shortcut to analyze images

OnePlus’ OxygenOS software offers a pretty decent set of first-party applications out of the box. While we’re huge fans of Google Photos for its cloud backup and album organization features, the OnePlus Gallery in OxygenOS is more than suitable as an offline gallery app. It provides you with easy access to your locally downloaded media files and allows you to quickly edit photos and videos. Furthermore, OnePlus keeps updating the app with new features. The latest feature in version 3.11.2 is integration with Google Lens, Google’s image recognition tool that analyzes images and looks up relevant context online.


In the Google Photos app, there’s a Google Lens button in the image viewer that you can tap to analyze the image. In version 3.11.2 of the OnePlus Gallery, a similar button is now present when viewing images. Since Google Lens is part of the Google App, tapping this shortcut simply sends the image to the Google Lens activity as part of an intent. Here’s a screen recording showing off this new Google Lens integration, courtesy of XDA Senior Member Some_Random_Username.

Apart from this feature, the latest update doesn’t add any other major features. The full changelog for version 3.11.2 of the app is as follows:

  1. Integrate the identification function of Google Lens
  2. Fixed some issues
  3. Optimize the performance

Google Lens is a nifty tool for looking up information online, selecting text in images via OCR, translating text, and more. We’re glad to see a shortcut be added to the OnePlus Gallery app since it was a bit annoying having to select “Lens” in the share sheet or opening the file picker in the Lens activity.

You can download the latest version of the Gallery app through the Google Play Store right now. You can also download the APK from APKMirror if the update hasn’t rolled out for you.

OnePlus Gallery
Developer: OnePlus Ltd.
Price: Free

About author

Arol Wright
Arol Wright

Diehard technology enthusiast, and an Android purist by nature. While I have a soft spot for smartphones, I'm deeply interested in everything techy, be it PCs, gaming consoles, gadgets, you name it.

We are reader supported. External links may earn us a commission.