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OnePlus Gallery 3.7.10 beta adds support for viewing HEIC images

Earlier this year in May, OnePlus kicked off a beta program for OxygenOS' gallery app. By doing so, the company gave enthusiasts the opportunity to get an early preview of upcoming features and design changes for the app. In return, feedback from beta testers allowed OnePlus to continually improve its app. Since then, the company...

Gallery Go by Google Photos is a machine learning-based offline gallery app for Android Go

Android Go is Google's lightweight platform that is intended to run on less powerful hardware as compared to the regular Android system. Android Go thus targets users in developing nations and low income areas who can only afford basic smartphone hardware, but still aims to provide them with a comparable Android experience. Because of the...

Download: The OnePlus 7 Pro’s Camera and Gallery apps bring new features to older OnePlus phones

The OnePlus 7 Pro was finally announced earlier this week (our review). Android fans have been on the hunt for any features they can scavenge from the device before it's released. We already shared the official wallpapers, now it's time for some actual apps from the device. The OnePlus 7 Pro's Camera and Gallery apps...

Memoria is a beautiful, Material Design gallery app for your photos

With how similar smartphones may seem these days, one of the main distinguishing aspects of new devices is their camera. If you take a lot of photos, you need an easy way to view your pictures so you can edit, organize, and share your memories. Most OEMs have their own stock gallery app, but they're usually not...

OnePlus 6’s video editing tools in gallery app now available on OnePlus 5T/5/3T/3

Recently, OnePlus has been putting a lot of work into bettering the experience on their older devices. With a recently launched Open Beta release for the OnePlus 3/3T, Project Treble support for the OnePlus 5/5T, and a software update plan, the company has been improving leaps and bounds over what they once were. Now, they're doing...

Nextbit Robin “Electric Edition” Quick Look: Thoughts on Exclusive Design, Performance

There are plenty of examples of failed Kickstarter smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, and other technology. However, being either a dreamer or a glutton for punishment - I backed another one many months ago.The Nextbit Robin jumped out at me with a unique design, some known names in the industry, and a fantastically friendly warranty policy.The user’s...

Through the Viewfinder: Honor 5X Launch, Munich

Last Thursday (4th February 2016) the Honor 5X was finally launched in Europe and presented in Munich, Germany. The afternoon comprised of the launch presentation, interviews with Thorsten Doehlert and Zhao Gang, experiencing the phone and a talent show. Before the launch, Honor approached me to ask my thoughts on the device. I found it...

Through the Viewfinder: Huawei HQ Shenzhen, China

As part of Honor's 2nd birthday the journalists, bloggers, youtubers and fans were also invited to see Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen, who are Honor's parent company. Huawei is one of the largest technological companies in the world and we were shown what they are currently working on as well as future developments. Some examples of this...

Through the Viewfinder: Droidcon UK 2015

Droidcon was hosted in London’s Business Design Centre on October the 29th and October the 30th followed by a Hackathon Code Node on October the 31st and November the 1st. Both events were sponsored by many companies who promoted themselves, their products and even their games. These included advertising new technologies, apps and games, but all could be...

Through the Viewfinder: The OnePlus X Launch

The OnePlus X was unveiled on the 29th of October at Altitude London. Carl Pei announced the latest addition to the OnePlus family shown below in a series of photographs. There are two versions of the OnePlus X seen, one of which has a glass back and the other is a limited ceramic edition, both...

Focus – An Attractive But Raw Gallery Replacement

Focus is an attractive new app built by XDA members Liam Spradlin and Francisco Franco, the latter being well-known in the forums for his kernels. Focus aims to completely replace your gallery app with some neat tricks, but at a potentially risky time considering that Google has thrown its weight into the photo-organization arena. This is a first draft of the...