OnePlus is known for its user interface, apart from its strong hardware and affordable pricing. The OxygenOS was rapid and un-intrusive with limited bloatware. However, the firm has lately faced a lot of flak for pushing Facebook-related bloatware through its constantly shifting position on the price of its phones.
Now the Chinese phone maker is officially pressuring users to update its OnePlus Buds app, irrespective of whether or not you own the buds. The app that’s useful in setting up the buds, adapting the interface to their taste, and finding them in case you’ve forgotten to hold them off in the house somewhere.
Several users expressed their dissatisfaction with this strong update and made sure they let the company and the users aware of their feedback by overwhelming the product review section of the Play Store. According to the report, the app is automatically connected to devices such as OnePlus 7, 7T, OnePlus 6, 6T, and more which have the company added support for the Buds system application.
Recalling that the OnePlus Buds were recently introduced along with the mid-market smartphone Nord and mark the company’s entrance into the new hearable market. It’s Rs 4,990 priced and available in three different colour choices – White, Blue, and Black. It comes with a style inspired by Apple AirPods and has a stem that houses the microphone. The company says that its quick charging system will provide up to 10 hours of backup with a cost of only 10 minutes.
To recall, it was found that even Google forced its Pixel Buds companion app earlier. Like the OnePlus app, even the Pixel Buds appeared with the knowledge and approval of the users on the Pixel phones.