OnePlus might have just announced their latest smartphone, which is known as the OnePlus X, but this does not mean that it has not forgotten all about software. Their latest app would be a photo app, where it will be known as Reflexion, and you will be able to download it not only for the Android but iOS platform as well.
The video above would be able to do a far better job in explaining just what Reflexion is all about, where it will allow you to come up with all kinds of illusions using reflections – or in this case, “reflexions”, at least according to the folks over at OnePlus. It will offer a unique perspective of its own, and will deliver some really interesting images. Right now, it looks as though the app enables you to grab an image with the front camera, while the back camera will also shoot another photo – hence a “reflexion”.
There is no actual purpose that has been defined for this app just yet, but perhaps we might find out later? It is definitely artsy for sure!
Do you remember the good old days of IRC and later on ICQ? I can still remember my 8 digit ICQ number, although I am quite sure that a fair number of you veterans out there do have an ICQ number that has far less digits, which is a badge of honor even until now. You could more or less see who was online among your list of friends, although there was the option to go invisible. Google has quietly rolled out a new app known as “Who’s Down”, where it will let you check out just who you would like to hang out with. How so?
For starters, when you turn on a switch that mentions you’re available and would like to do something specific (it is up to you, actually, so whether it is you carving out time to hang out at the mall or to grab a bite), then your desired status will appear with a question to invite anyone who has the same mind among your friends to join you. This status will last for three hours, and makes it easier to coordinate your desired plans with your mates.
I guess the Who’s Down app’s goal is to provide a platform where a group of friends can check out what you would like to do at a glance, as opposed to messaging one another on a group chat channel or the like. Your ego will also be protected in some way, since there is no way you can get turned down – because technically speaking, you didn’t ask anyone to join you directly. Who’s Down is available for the Android and iOS platforms.