- OnePlus has made the latest version of its Zen Mode app, freshly updated for Oxygen OS 11, available through the Play Store.
- The release allows those still waiting to get Oxygen OS 11 on their phone to download the updated app sooner.
OnePlus has released the latest version of its Zen Mode app, previously only available through Oxygen OS 11, to the Google Play Store, making it available on OnePlus devices that are still on Android 10 (via XDA Developers).
Since OnePlus is gradually rolling out Oxygen OS 11 to its phone lineup, the fact the updated Zen Mode app is available through the Play Store means you can get access to it without waiting for the company to push Android 11 to your device. With some of the company’s older phones, such as the OnePlus 6 and 6T, you may have ended up waiting a while to try the new Zen Mode. The fact it’s available on Android 10 also means those with phones that likely won’t get Oxygen OS 11, such as the OnePlus 5 and 5T, can still check out the new software.
As for what you can expect from the updated Zen Mode, it features an updated interface that matches Oxygen OS 11’s new, more One UI-like design. You’ll also find new themes with which you can customize the interface, as well as a new group feature that allows you to create a room you and your friends with OnePlus phones can join if you want to do a focus challenge together.
You can get the updated Zen Mode app through the Google Play Store.