OPPO’s personalization layer, Color OS, includes a application for meditation and relaxation, something we’re not used to seeing natively in diapers from other brands. We have tested this application, which includes sounds and exercises to learn how to calm down, and we are convinced that it is one of the best additions included in the brand’s mobiles.
Different scenes and sounds
This native OPPO app has three different sections called Listen, Relax and Discover. In the first of these sections, you will swipe up to choose ambient scene,
These scenes have a base sound to which you can add other sounds to create the perfect scene. There are different categories of sounds including some of the sounds of nature, ASMR or the city, among others. There is a “reset” button to enjoy the original sounds of the stage.
If you press the number of minutes remaining in the meditation session, you will be able to modify the duration it will have, and you can even set it to infinity so it won’t stop ringing while you’re using the app
The Relax section includes a series of mini-games that aim to get your worries out of your head simply and calmly. You can click on the different circles in this section to access each of them.
One of them, for example, will put soap bubbles on the screen which you will have to explode by clicking on each of them, which will cause a sound and a very pleasant little animation.
Like, another one of the circles you can press takes you to a meditation exercise depending on your breaths, while another allows you to make small color games.
Finally, there is a rather amusing one in which you have to slide your finger on the screen to make a drawing appear, and in doing so, a chalky sound very close to ASMR is produced.
Discover the sound of cities
Its last section, entitled Discover, shows you a list with several cities like Beijing, Shenzen or Reykjavík, among others, and when you click on one of them, it will take you to an aerial view where you can select certain defined areas to take you to their environments.
These are not as relaxing as the previous ones, but you can have them in the background while performing any other task.
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