OnePlus Messages app lands on the Google Play Store and adds a copy button for OTPs

OnePlus Messages app lands on the Google Play Store and adds a copy button for OTPs

In a bid to push stock app updates faster, OnePlus has previously released several of its OxygenOS stock apps on the Google Play Store. The company recently released the OnePlus Weather and OnePlus Notes apps to the Google Play Store, which gave users a chance to experience the new OxygenOS 11 design on devices running older firmware. Now, the company is rolling out OnePlus Messages on the Play Store, and the release comes with a couple of changes.

OnePlus has just released the OnePlus Messages app on the Play Store. The app is not currently available as a public release just yet, and you can only locate it if you search for apps published by OnePlus. But in the near future, users will be able to receive updates via the platform. The Play Store release is accompanied by a couple of nifty changes, including a new button that will allow users to easily copy one-time passwords (OTPs) from the notification with just a tap.


OnePlus Messages OxygenOS

The updated app also comes with a new message organization feature, which will sort your messages based on a couple of categories. For instance, messages with OTPs, transactions, and promotions will be shown at the top of your screen. This new layout will ensure that your personal messages aren’t cluttered and are easy to reach with your thumb.

OnePlus Messages also has a new card format for messages that will display important information in a neat card that’s easy to read at a glance. Images in the Play Store listing show the cards being used to quickly view bank transactions and movie ticket info.

The app is currently in early access at the moment, and you might face some unwanted issues in the current release. We would recommend waiting for the stable release to be rolled out.

OnePlus Messages
Developer: OnePlus Ltd.
Price: Free

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