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For those who are unaware what is SmartThings, it is one of the popular Samsung apps, used to connect and control smart devices as well as home appliances. This smart app supports various devices including speakers, TVs, AC, refrigerator, and more, which you can manage with a single tap.

Now to improve productivity, Samsung announced a new update that allows user to find their SmartTags hands-free, using voice commands. These new controls will be possible using the Bixby.

For example, if you want to know the location of the object which your SmartTag is tracking, you can ask for that uisng the Bixby voice assistance. However, you simply need to call it via “Hi Bixby”.

Moving on, the latest update also addresses security and privacy issues related to unknown SmartTags tracking. For that users will soon be able to scan for Galaxy SmartTags that aren’t their own but follow the same movement patterns as they do. In a simpler way, user can manage the location tracking of SmartTags.

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The latest SmartThings update will be available starting next week. However, we don’t know the exact details of the rollout but it is quite sure that it will reach all the markets as soon as possible. Besides, when the update reached your region you can simply update SmartThings via the Play Store or Samsung Galaxy Store.

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WhatsApp prompts banner to encourage inviting new users

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WhatsApp is enhancing user engagement with a new feature that prompts users to invite their contacts to join the messaging platform. This feature appears as a banner at the top of the chat list and is part of a targeted campaign to increase the app’s user base.

It is currently available to a select group of users who have installed the latest WhatsApp updates on iOS and Android devices. The banner aims to remind users to encourage their friends and family to use WhatsApp.

This approach is especially useful in countries where WhatsApp users are less, as it serves as a visible and convenient prompt for users to invite more people to the platform. By highlighting the advantages of new features and a unified chat experience, WhatsApp is looking to attract more users and maintain its position as a leading messaging service.

The feature is expected to be rolled out more widely in the coming weeks. This new move indicates that WhatsApp wants to keep users informed and connected, using the visibility of in-app notifications.

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Samsung revamps Digital Wellbeing layout with April 2024 update

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Samsung Digital Wellbeing April 2024 update

We are in mid-April 2024 and Samsung has rolled out an update for its Digital Wellbeing & Parental Controls app with version 5.1.00.14. This update brings significant improvements to the app’s layout and reporting features for a better experience.

With the latest update, the main screen has been redesigned for better clarity, allowing users to quickly find and understand their usage information. It makes digital wellbeing more accessible to everyone.

In addition, the weekly report provided by the app has been expanded to include new details. Users will now receive information about any unusual patterns in their device usage, the times when they use their devices the most, and insights into how they balance their screen time throughout the week.

Users can get the April 2024 security update for Samsung Digital Wellbeing and Parental Controls through the Galaxy Store app, just need to open the app >> Menu option >> Updates. You can also download the update directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here.

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Impulse: Samsung’s New AI App Helps Speech Disorders

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Samsung Impulse

Samsung has introduced a new app called “Impulse,” developed in partnership with Cheil and the Speechcare & Stuttering Center. This app is designed to help people with speech disorders, such as stuttering, which affects over 1% (around 70 million people) of the global population. It uses the power of AI and rhythmic vibrations to improve speech fluency.

Impulse app uses an algorithm based on Natural Language Processing to analyze words and transform them into vibrations. These vibrations serve as a non-intrusive guide, helping users find their speech rhythm and overcome pronunciation difficulties.

The app is compatible with Android phones and the Galaxy Watch 6 series. It offers over 250 exercises in rhythm and tone, which progressively increase in complexity to assist users in controlling their speech. The app also features a haptic metronome that transforms vibrations into neural impulses, assisting the brain’s speech processing.

The app features four distinct modes to support speech development including Boost your voice, Boost your rhythm, Boost your tone, and Boost your speech. This app is available for free on Android 10 or higher devices in Spain.

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