One UI 6.1’s AOD app update improves widgets and icon alignment

Samsung has released a new update for its popular Always On Display (AOD)app, now at version for Galaxy devices running One UI 6.1. This update addresses several issues and enhances the user experience.

Previously, users encountered an issue where widgets were not visible on the lock screen after entering or exiting Ultra Power Saving Mode. Thankfully, this issue has been resolved with the latest update, ensuring that widgets now appear correctly.

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In addition, some users noticed that carrier and notification icons overlapped in the status bar of the lock screen after rebooting. The new update fixes this issue for a cleaner and more organized display.

With the fresh update, the alignment issue of the date and notification icons that overlap in the Always On Display has been resolved. Users can expect a smoother and glitch-free AOD experience with these fixes. If you haven’t updated yet, visit the Galaxy Store and grab the latest version now.

Also, users can get the update directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here. Notably, the Samsung AOD update is available for One UI 6.1 Galaxy devices and could expand soon.

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