The new Realme skin based on Android 12 is now available. The skin, dubbed Realme UI 3.0 brings redesigned icons, a feature-rich AOD (Always on Display), interface-level modifications, an upgraded AI Animation engine, and better fluidity among other features. It also includes the most recent Android 12 OS features, such as a new aesthetic design, improved fast settings, a privacy dashboard, increased location tracking control, and floating windows 2.0. This post will guide you on how you can set up and enable floating window 2.0 on realme smartphones. Check out our other realme UI content.
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Note that realme UI 3.0 is not being rolled out to all the realme devices, and there’s only a particular set of devices that will be receiving the update. Here’s a list of all the realme UI 3.0 compatible smartphones.
What are Floating Windows in realme UI?
Realme UI 2.0 introduced a system-wide picture-in-picture mode, named the floating window capability. While using other programs, you may now view videos in a tiny floating window. As a result, you may view a YouTube video while simultaneously chatting on WhatsApp. The Floating Window was one of realme UI 2.0’s most popular elements, and its second interaction is even better in realme UI 3.0. Floating Window 2.0 restores all of the multitasking deliciousness and versatility while also incorporating several user-requested enhancements.
If you’re looking to multitask, have a ton of programs open and running in the forefront at the same time, or simply watch your favorite TV show while browsing the web, a floating window is a perfect solution.
Realme UI 3.0 Tip: Here’s How You Can Enable Floating Windows 2.0
Here’s how you can use floating windows in realme UI to multi-task like a pro.
- Enable Floating Windows in Realme UI
- How to Open Floating Windows
- How to Resize Floating Windows
- How to Hide and Share Floating Windows in realme UI
1] Enable Floating Windows in Realme UI
To configure and enable PIP mode or floating windows, follow these simple steps.
- Open the Settings application.
- Navigate to Settings > Special Features and choose Flexible windows.
- Here, you can find all the customization options for the same.
2] How to Open Floating Windows
Now that you’ve got an idea of how you can enable one among realme UI’s much-awaited features, here’s how you can access it.
You’ve got two methods to enable realme UI’s floating window feature – either via the smart sidebar or a swipe. To launch an app in a floating window, either bring up the smart sidebar and tap on the application or swipe up on your screen with the application launched. You can check out the representations for reference.
3] How to Resize Floating Windows
Did you know that, not only you can enable, but also resize windows with realme UI 3.0? Here’s how to do so. With a floating window open and running, drag from either one of the top corners to resize the window.
Alternatively, you can drag the window around, or double-tap anywhere inside the screen area of the window to make the app back to full size.
realme UI 3.0 users can now drag a floating window to the left or right screen edge to quickly hide it. Swipe it back from the corner of the screen to bring it back.
One of our much-loved features is the ability to quickly share files via floating windows. Launch two applications, one in a floating window and one normally, next drag and drop selected files to another app to share them quickly.