Realme UI has brought a lot of improvements to Realme devices. The OEM has been providing many practical features like Smooth scrolling and Deep Cleanup to its Realme UI devices with the monthly security updates.

The OEM has recently posted a tutorial of sorts on the Realme community which outlines the app uninstall functionality in the home screen of Realme UI. Earlier, users had to uninstall the apps by going to the device settings as there was no option to uninstall the apps from the home screen.

Now, users can easily uninstall any app from the home screen of their Realme UI powered device by long pressing the app icon and tapping the “Uninstall” button. This handy functionality has been around in many android devices and Realme devices also get it finally.


On the updates front, the OEM has been providing the August update to its devices and the same is now rolling out to Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom. The update offers a lot of improvements along with the August security patch.

Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom users get the scrolling screenshot auto scroll, Super nighttime standby, Super Power Saving mode, Icon Pull-down gesture, Multi-user, and many more interesting features along with a bunch of fixes.

Here’s the common changelog for the Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom August update:

UI Version: RMX2081PU_11.A.41
● Android Security Patch: August, 2020
[realme Lab]
● Added the Super nighttime standby feature
● Added auto scroll feature in scrolling screenshot
● Added Super Power Saving Mode
● Added Icon Pull-down gesture feature in launcher settings
● Added return button in the screenshot preview interface
● Added Multi-user feature
● Added Quick guide feature in the battery setting interface
● Added Quick guide feature in the security support interface
● Added Quick guide feature in the other settings interface
● Added automatic downloads option for app updates in the Wi-Fi interface
● Optimized status bar viewing, added second display option
[Status Bar]
● Added independent Switch toggles of focus mode
● Optimized viewing for system update prompt pop-up window
● Optimized “Mute-Bell-Vibrate” icon state
● Fixed the probabilistic connection issue when using Wi-Fi
● Fixed font display issue of charging animation
● Fixed crashing issue when opening hidden apps with access codes

It must be noted that the update is being rolled out in batches and all users will get it soon. Meanwhile, you can check out the list of devices from Realme that we think will get the upcoming Android 11 (Realme UI 2.0) update as Google is about ready to release its latest OS.

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