The DJI Mimo mobile app no ​​longer supports Android 7 and iOS 11


DJI has just released the latest version of its Mimo smartphone app for Android and iOS devices. While the update is mainly focused on fixing minor issues and optimizing the overall app quality, Mimo is now officially saying goodbye to Android 7 and iOS 11.

Like many other apps, DJI Mimo is saying goodbye to older versions of Android and iOS. This change comes with version 1.7.24 of the app, released today.

According to DJI, users must upgrade to devices running Android 8/iOS 12 (or newer) to continue benefiting from regular feature updates, performance improvements, and bug fixes.

Nevertheless, the tech giant does not want to let down a small minority of Android 7 and iOS 11 users. You can still download the app for Android 7/iOS 11 or earlier devices from Download Center on DJI website.

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Mimo is an app specially designed for DJI handheld devices including Osmo Pocket Gimbal, Osmo Action Camera, Osmo Mobile 3, OM 4, OM 5, Pocket 2 and Action 2. It is packed with powerful recording tools like ActiveTrack for Subject tracking, FaceTrack in selfie mode, multiple panorama modes, time lapse and motion lapse.

The DJI Mimo app is designed to give users complete control over gimbal movements and camera parameters while providing an HD live view while recording. The app also includes overexposure warnings and histograms, so image quality can be assured while shooting.

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