OnePlus have released a new version of their OxygenOS camera application, bumping it up to version 2. This version includes a series of significant additions and substantial improvements to things such as UI, photo organization and geotagging/geotag management.

For starters, the UI has received an overhaul; moving from the old Android 4.X holo-style tab navigation to an Apple-esque bottom navigation bar to switch between different tabs. It includes the same "Photos" and "Collections" tabs as previously, but with a cleaner interface that's easier on the eyes. Additionally, there's now a "Maps" tab, which takes advantage of the geotagging embedded within your photos to a new level.

The "Maps" tab shows on a map where most of your photos were taken, grouping them visually according to the location data attached to each, making it easier than ever for you to find photos from your road trip or take a virtual stroll down memory lane. However, other features in v2 of OnePlus' Gallery app, such as the image editor and photos/collections tabs are mostly identical. Like the previous version, the app doesn't seem to inherit the accent color chosen by the system theme, so you're stuck with the pseudo-4.X halo/Cyanogen blue (which some people are actually in to).

This update is currently unavailable on the Google Play store, so if you're too impatine to hang tight before its release you can grab it off APKMirror.

What do you guys think? Will you update to the latest version of the OnePlus camera app? Are you happy to see these new features and additions? Let us know in the comments, or post over in the forums with your thoughts.

Via AP