Well, if you have been staying updated with the latest tech news and happenings, then you might know that Google recently launched the latest version of its mobile operating system – Android 11. As of now, Android 11 is only available for Pixel, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo, and Realme smartphones.
Other high-end devices were supposed to get the Android 11 update pretty soon, but it’s still not confirmed when. Compared to the previous versions of Android, Android 11 introduced some new features like the ability to revoke permissions, screen recording, dark mode scheduling, etc.
Get the Android 11’s New Features on any Android
The good news is that you can enjoy all these features on a non-Android 11 smartphone by installing third-party apps. There are a ton of apps available on the Play Store that helps to get Android 11 features on older versions of Android.
So, in this article, we are going to share a few best apps that bring the latest Android 11 features on any Android device.
1. One-time App Permissions
Well, Android 11 introduced several new features, but out of all those, the one-time permissions was the most important one. The latest version of Android lets you grant some permissions temporarily, so the app will lose access to the granted permission once you close it.
You can get a similar feature on the older version of Android by installing the Bouncer app. For a complete guide, check out the article – How to Get Android 11’s One-time Permission Feature on your Android.
2. Notification History
If you are amongst those users who clears all Android notifications without even looking at it, then you would like this new feature. Android 11 has a new Notification History page that lets you look back at the dismissed notifications for up to 24 hours.
You can get the same feature on the older version of Android by installing the Notification History Log Android app. The Android app uses the ‘Notification Access’ permission to store all notifications.
3. Record Screen
The new Android 11 operating system finally introduced a screen recording feature. With Android 11, you no longer need to rely on a third-party screen recorder app to record your Android screen.
If your phone doesn’t have a native screen recorder, you need to use the ‘Screen Recorder (No Ads)’ Android app. The good thing about ‘Screen Recorder (No Ads)‘ is that it adds a screen recording button on the Quick settings panel of your Android.
4. Chat Bubbles
Well, if you use Facebook Messenger on Android, then the concept of Chat Bubbles might not be new to you. Android 11 opens all app conversations in a floating bubble that you can move around your screen.
You can get a similar feature on the older version of Android by using the Direct Chat Android app. For a detailed guide, check out the article – How To Get Facebook Type Chat heads On Android Apps.
5. Media Controls
Along with all other features, Android 11 also introduced a new media control UI. The new media control UI appears right next to the other settings in Android’s pull-down quick setting shade.
If you want to enjoy the Android 11’s media controls UI on your Android, then you need to use the Power Shade Android app. For a detailed guide, check out the article – how to get Android 11’s new media controls on any Android.
6. Dark Mode Schedules
Android 11 also lets you schedule the dark mode. That means you can schedule your phone to use dark mode at night and light mode in the morning. The feature is not available even on the previous version of Android – Android 10.
However, you can get the same feature on an older version of Android by using the Dark Mode app. Even if your phone doesn’t have a dark mode, you can still get it by using this app. Also, it forces dark mode on third-party apps.
These are some of the best Android 11 features that you can use on any Android. I hope this article helped you! Please share it with your friends also. If you know any other such apps that bring Android 11 features on older Android, let us know in the comment box below.
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