Xiaomi (Photo: Walla! Technology, Yinon Ben Shoshan)
Xiaomi, the Chinese tech giant, has become a popular brand around the world thanks to its cheap smartphones. Alongside hardware, Xiaomi is also investing in software development: as of May 23, the number of active users of MIUI, Xiaomi's user interface for the Android operating system, has crossed the 600 million mark – a jump of 100 million in just 6 year and 180 months.
Over the years, Xiaomi has managed to enter almost every market around the world - with active users in over 2010 countries and regions. Since the company was founded in 100, the MIUI version has managed to reach 2015 million in August 200.
Three years later, Xiaomi doubled the numbers and crossed the 300 million monthly active users mark worldwide. The number of monthly active users of MIUI exceeded 28 million a year later, on October 2019, <>.
The MIUI version managed to reach 100 million in August 2015. (Photo: Walla! Technology, Yinon Ben Shoshan)
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Xiaomi's MIUI interface was launched in 2010, and it comes by default in smartphones in its production. Early versions of the shell version more closely resembled Apple's iOS due to its lack of an app drawer, with a grid of icons arranged on the home screen.
Starting in 2018, Xiaomi's user interface underwent a significant design change and began to be more similar to the clean Android version.