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Xiaomi UI Gain more than 500M Monthly Active Users

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MIUI, Xiaomi’s operating system, has been around for a decade and has seen a lot of changes. It has surpassed a new milestone of 500 million monthly active users around the world.

This is being hailed as a watershed moment for the company’s “Mobile phone x AIoT” strategy, as well as Mi enthusiasts.

According to a poll, MIUI has over 100 million new monthly active users worldwide and 18.65 million new monthly active users in China.

In 2010, however, MIUI had only 100 users. However, it rose to incredible heights, eventually becoming a family of 100 million users.

It attracted 200 and 300 million users in 2018-19, respectively. Another 100 million members were added in early 2021, bringing the total number of users to 500 million.

Furthermore, in just 12 months, it grew to around 100 million users.

MIUI has evolved from a sluggish UI to a clean and smooth one over the course of 11 years.

Many users have stated that it takes some time to get used to MIUI, but once you do, it becomes really convenient.

The Xiaomi phones are currently running MIUI 12.5 improved edition, which includes features like Liquid Storage, Focused Algorithms, Automized Memory, and more.

Xiaomi intends to release MIUI 13 in the near future. By the end of 2021, MIUI with Android 12 could be available.

It includes a slew of new features, including virtual memory management, greater privacy, improved notifications, floating widgets, and more.

The MIUI upgrade will be available for the Redmi K40 Pro, Redmi K40, Mi 11 Lite, Redmi K40 Pro+, Mi 11 Pro, Mi Mix 4, Mi 11m, Mi 10S, and Mi 11 Ultra at first.

Nonetheless, it will be available on a wider range of devices in the near future.

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