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Good Lock’s Home Up updated to version 1.0.01.17, added new convenient share sheet customization

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Samsung Good Lock‘s Home Up allows you to customize the One UI home screen and app drawer. It comes with an enhanced screen layout, neatly arranged icons, as well as Home and Apps screens that perfectly fit Galaxy devices. That also has a blurred background option and page looping for the app drawer, and more.

The updated version of Home Up can place apps that you use often to the front of the sharing window and hide features including apps that you don’t need.

Also, you can hide items such as shared data info, Nearby share, and Direct share and only show apps of your choosing in the sharing window.

Read More: Download and install Good Lock on any Samsung phone in any country

Further, the Share Manager is now available. You can also use the Share Manager to comfortably organize the sharing window.

This Module also brings new features, including Share Manager to comfortably organize the sharing window. As well as you can show, hide, or change the location of direct sharing contacts.

The Good Lock module is so much useful to manage your phone’s user interface and to make it more useful, Samsung has updated the Good Lock’s Home Up app to version 1.0.01.17. This update has a size of 12.52MB.

What’s New

[New Features] – Since OneUI 2.5

  • Share Manager is now available. Use Share Manager to comfortably organize the sharing window.
  • You can place apps that you use often to the front of the sharing window and hide features and apps that you don’t need. You can hide items such as shared data info, Nearby share, and Direct share and only show apps of your choosing in the sharing window.

– Hiding shared data info/Nearby share/Direct share: You can hide these items from the sharing window.
– Direct share bookmark: You can show, hide, or change the location of direct sharing contacts.
– Choosing apps to share: Manage shared apps that are shown in the sharing window. 

OCTOBER 12, 2020: GOOD LOCK HOME UP 1.0.01.11

HOME UP

HomeUp is the extension edition of OneUIHome.

  1. Use various layouts in home screen, apps, and folder.
  2. Diversify background Blur effect.
  3. Page looping in Apps.
  4. Recommend folder names
  5. Customize folder popup styles and layouts
  6. Restore home screen layout 

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WhatsApp developing secure file-sharing feature for Android, iOS

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You will soon be able to securely share files across Android and iOS devices using WhatsApp. The latest WhatsApp Beta for iOS brings evidence of signaling the addition of file-sharing capability.

WABetaInfo reports that WhatsApp is crafting an offline file-sharing tool for Android and iOS. The feature is slated to allow users to share encrypted files with others nearby by scanning the QR Code.

Notably, the existence of this feature was first spotted for the Android app in April this year. The inclusion of this tool in the iOS app indicates that WhatsApp has progressed in development.

WhatsApp Nearby Sharing

WhatsApp for iOS could require the recipient to scan a QR code to trigger the file transfer. The previous finding for the Android app revealed that file sharing would be possible with any nearby WhatsApp user.

While WhatsApp for Android appeared months ago, the iOS-inspired sharing method might be deployed across platforms. The QR scanning functionality is comparatively more secure and the option to share with any nearby device.

Android phones have Quick Share and iOS-powered iPhones have AirDrop. WhatsApp explored beyond as part of simplifying the file-sharing experience across platforms. The approach would significantly uplevel the overall user experience.

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WhatsApp introduces background gradient filter for status updates

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WhatsApp is releasing a new beta update for Android users with version 2.24.16.2. With the new beta, WhatsApp is introducing a cool new feature for its status updates, a background gradient filter. This new feature makes photos and videos look smoother and more polished.

The Background Gradient filter feature of WhatsApp automatically works when your photos or videos don’t cover the entire screen. It adjusts the background to blend colors from the media to create an appealing status update presentation.

Users can easily try out this feature by sharing a 1:1 photo format on their status updates. If they see a gradient around the edges of the photo, it means the feature is activated for their account.

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Through this new filter, WhatsApp just aims to fix the issue of photos or videos not filling the whole screen, which can make updates look uncompleted.

The latest update beta version 2.24.16.2 is available through the Google Play Beta Program for Android users. This update is gradually rolling out to beta testers, so it may take hours or days to reach more users.

In addition to this visual improvement, WhatsApp is also making the status updates screen simpler and easier to use. With the beta version 2.24.15.11, Whatsapp revamped the menu so it now focuses on important things like muting or reporting updates and checking contact information. You can also close the status with a handy button.

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Samsung AR Emoji Stickers app lets you download various facial expressions

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Samsung AR Emoji Stickers are getting a new update with version 6.2.00.18. The new update is available on the Galaxy Store with a package size of 44.36MB. It elevates the user experience with new features and enhancements.

The fresh update introduces the ability to download facial expressions. Users can now expand their AR Emoji sticker collection by downloading a variety of facial expressions.

Moreover, the update includes enhancements to the Edit Stickers screen to make customization more intuitive and user-friendly. By addressing various issues and bugs, the update improves overall stability and performance.

To enjoy these new features, users can update their AR Emoji Stickers to version 6.2.00.18 through the Samsung Galaxy Store. For that open the Galaxy Store app >> Tap on Menu option >> Updates.

Also, they can download the update directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here. Once updated, users can explore the new downloadable facial expressions and improved editing capabilities.

AR Emoji Stickers

AR Emoji Stickers is an app for your Samsung devices that allows users to create various stickers and have fun using them. It offers exciting features, such as facial expressions, actions, decorations, and backgrounds, to create your own stickers.

Moreover, it helps you create unique faces by choosing a variety of styles. Samsung regularly updates this update to add new features and fix issues. In addition, you can edit these AR Emoji Stickers through the AR Emoji Editor app.

For better editing, Samsung recently added an improved asset filter and sorting feature to AR Emoji Editor. Also, the company added an upgraded feature for creating AR Emojis using photos so users can convert their selfies into animated versions.

One UI 6.1.1 will bring Sketch to Image feature to older Samsung devices

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