Xiaomi HyperOS recently secretly updated the “App Pin” feature. Gamers will love this

In a move that has flown under the radar, Xiaomi has quietly rolled out an update to its HyperOS, and it’s an absolute gem. Dubbed the “App Pin”, this breakthrough feature allows users to lock a specific app to the foreground, preventing it from being accidentally closed or distracted by other notifications and apps.

For the uninitiated, App Pin allows users to pin an app to the foreground, effectively locking it in place and preventing accidental swipes or taps from taking them away from their desired activity. It’s a feature that’s been around for a while, but Xiaomi’s latest tweak takes it to the next level.

With the updated App Pin, users can now enjoy uninterrupted gaming sessions or immersive reading experiences without the fear of being suddenly yanked away by an errant notification or accidental screen tap. It’s a small but significant quality-of-life improvement that’s sure to resonate with anyone who’s ever been in the middle of a heated gaming session or lost in a good book.

What’s more, this subtle yet significant update speaks to Xiaomi’s commitment to listening to its user base and delivering meaningful improvements to the HyperOS experience. It’s a testament to the company’s dedication to refining its software and providing users with the tools they need to get the most out of their devices.

What do you think of Xiaomi’s latest update? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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    @acmm_27 2 weeks ago

    Your new hyperos update is good. Everything smooth. But you allow latest devices. It’s bad for Xiaomi. So, you need to allow update to hyperos from Xiaomi redmi note 5 to latest devices. I think, it would be better for your products.

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    Lourenzzo 2 weeks ago

    Good evening! I already had the Note 5 Pro, 2018. Unfortunately it died on Android 9. Excellent device. I sold it to an ex-girlfriend. Until then, it was running in the year 2022.

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    Dema 2 weeks ago


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