MIUI 10 has become, by its own merit, one of the best ROMs for Android. Xiaomi’s fork moves smoothly (and fairly stable) in the vast majority of its terminals, also having several customization options as one of its main virtues.
The topic that concerns us today deals with MIUI themes, one of those tools to personalize our phone that differentiates this layer from the others. Therefore, we collect the six best themes that we recommend today in MIUI 10.
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First of all, you need to have the theme app
If you are in Spain and have a Xiaomi, you will have appreciated that you do not have the theme application. To activate it (as is done with facial recognition in some terminals of the firm), it is necessary to change the region of the device. For this, we only have to go to settings, and write region in the search engine.
Within this section we must select the India region. By changing the region we can unlock content such as the application of themes. Of course, be sure to change the time manually, since changing the region also changes the time zone.
Once you have the theme application, all you have to do is enter in the search engine the names of the topics that we are going to show you. If you have put the region as we have indicated, they will appear without the slightest problem.
At this point, no one would put their hands on their heads if we admit that MIUI looks dangerously like iOS. Apple’s operating system has a fairly neat interface, and being attracted to it, even if we are Android users, is a sin that can be forgiven.
For those who want to enjoy the appearance of iOS is its terminal with MIUI 10 we have the iOS alakadarnya theme, which perfectly simulates the appearance of the iPhone home screen. The icons are quite careful, and the wallpapers are similar to what we would find in iOS 11. In the same way, the lock screen also changes, being very similar to that of this operating system.
Flip Sima V8
Inspired by nature and a slightly more fun aesthetic of the icons, Flip Sima V8 is another of our recommended themes for MIUI 10. Your lock screen it is quite minimalist and elegant, with a careful animation when unlocking the terminal.
As for the icons, its aesthetics may be more or less pleasant, but it is quite neat, and has a somewhat casual look that distances this topic from flatter proposals. In the same way, the wallpaper has blur when we are in the launcher, another detail that we liked.
Aqua Sima V8
At the hands of the same developer we find Aqua Sima V8, a theme with a somewhat flatter aesthetic, and in which color is its main protagonist. The icons feature a somewhat garish color palette. The unlock screen is pretty simple, but the clock and date indicators work pretty well in the corners.
If there is a ROM that MIUI deviates from on an aesthetic level, that is the Google ROM. However, with the Google UI theme we can bring our interface closer to the proposal of the Great G. The lock screen is quite similar to that of Android Stock, and the icons have been designed with the design lines of Android One and the Pixel ROM in mind.
The icons in the notification bar also change significantly, with white color which Android boasts from its KitKat version, and with similar design lines (no icons such as the horizontal battery).
Meizu is another Android manufacturer that has a fairly aggressive fork. However, aesthetically, the system is careful. The Flyme 7 theme brings us closer to the Meizu interface, with some fairly flat icons, a striking color palette, and a wallpaper that degrades a single color. Simple and functional. As for the lock screen, the theme is somewhat more striking.
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Finally, we bring a quite different theme, which customizes the interface quite deeply. Drawing on shades of blue and white, as well as in a somewhat indie and retro look, WesTheme changes our launcher, wallpaper, unlock screen, notification bar …
We remind you that all these backgrounds are completely free, and they work on any device that runs MIUI 10, regardless of the version of Android you are using.