The guy behind the infographics of other popular custom ROMs for Android has cooked up a bunch more for MIUI. If you’re the type of person who likes to see what exactly a ROM has to offer you before trying it our for yourself, this is the way to do it. Seeing as I’m that type of person, it’s really helped me transition through different custom ROMs while highlighting the core features of each and every one. Through majesty of animated infographics, let wamen_noodles help convince you that MIUI is the one for you.
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Privacy, permissions, and lock screen options
MIUI offers some nifty features to help keep your Android phone safe and away from prying eyes. From making sure that friends don’t browse through things that they shouldn’t be seeing when they’re borrowing your phone, to making sure that other can’t access your messages, or quick management of what kind of permissions your apps have, MIUI has got you covered.
Notifications, settings, and navigation.
Want to customize how your notifications are displayed? Want to have your ringtones repeat so that you never miss them or are hard of hearing? How about switching between a compact version or notifications or a tabbed version? All possible with the MIUI app.
Themes, themes galore.
MIUI has been compared to looking like iOS and it definitely draws some inspiration from the Apple mobile system. While that’s definitely true, MIUI does take some core elements of the Apple UI and adds some of their own flair mixed with Android universality. The result is a very clean ROM with some awesome display and home screen options.
So there you go, a little bit more insight behind the MIUI custom ROM. Does something like this make you want to try it out for yourself?
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