MIUI-ify brings a MIUI 10-style quick settings and notification panel to the bottom of your screen

MIUI-ify brings a MIUI 10-style quick settings and notification panel to the bottom of your screen

For users of stock Android, HTC Sense, LG UX, Oxygen OS, or One UI, pulling the notification panel up from the bottom of the screen may seem a bit backward, but with the 6-inch-plus screens of many modern flagships, some might actually find it preferable to stretching their fingers to pull the panel down from the top. XDA Senior Member TomBayley1 developed  apps that allow users to do exactly that. One of them is done in the stock Android Pie/Q style but perhaps even more interesting is MIUI-ify, the one done in the style of Xiaomi’s latest and greatest MIUI 10.

Here’s a list of the features available from the forum description.



  • Control all notifications
  • Reply, open, dismiss, interact and manage
  • Full color customization
  • Dynamic colors


  • Move your device’s status bar to the bottom of the screen
  • Full support for notification and system setting icons
  • Full colour personalization
  • Blacklist: hide the status bar in specific apps


  • 40+ different settings
  • Add any app or URL as a shortcut in the panel
  • Layout: Change the number of tile rows and columns
  • Sliders: Screen brightness, ringtone, alarm, notifications and media volume
  • MIUI 10 themed


  • Customizable position and size so it doesn’t interfere with navigation gestures
  • Options to hide in landscape and fullscreen
  • Blacklist: hide the handle trigger in specific apps


  • Blur the background
  • Change the colors of the panel background and the quick setting icons
  • Add a background image to the panel
  • Select an app icon pack
  • Match the navigation bar color to the footer color
  • Dark mode
  • Integration with Tasker


  • Backup and Restore your customisations

Get extra features with Root / ADB

  • Ability to toggle secure system settings such as Mobile Data and Location. These settings can only be toggled with root or a one time ADB command, due to Android’s security restrictions

Here are a few screenshots to show what MIUI-ify can do:

MIUI-ify: Custom Notifications

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Jeff McIntire
Jeff McIntire

Jeff has been an avid Android user since late 2010 (starting with the Samsung Captivate and later the Fascinate). He has been covering Android-related news since early 2012, with a focus on the rooted/development community. He also has been publishing icon packs for Phunktastic Designs since late 2015.

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