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Samsung Pay users in Canada now get TD card support on select Galaxy devices

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On September 15, Samsung Canada announced that eligible TD cards, including TD Access Cards and TD Credit Cards, are now supported by Samsung Pay, a widely accepted mobile payment system that works almost anywhere consumers can swipe or touch their cards.

This partnership with TD significantly increases Samsung Pay availability to Canadian cardholders. The Samsung Pay expansion comes at a time when untapped payments are growing in popularity across Canada.

To help promote greater acceptance of non-communicable transactions as a quick and secure payment option, Canadian card issuers have increased contact limit transactions from $100 to $250 last year. By early 2021, contactless payments accounted for nearly 60 percent of global jobs nationwide.

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Samsung Pay is simple and easy to use and is available on compatible Galaxy Smartphones and Galaxy smartphones. To make a purchase, users can simply turn on Samsung Pay or swipe up the bottom of their Galaxy device and select a payment card, verify using fingerprints, face recognition, or PIN, and tap payment wherever contact payments are accepted in Canada.

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In addition to paying, users can collect the same rewards and benefits they normally enjoy with Samsung Pay by entering the appropriate app cards.

Samsung Pay is compatible with a variety of Samsung smartphones including Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, Galaxy Z Fold3 5G, Galaxy S21 Series 5G, Galaxy Note20 Series 5G, Galaxy Note10, and Note10 +, Galaxy Watch4 Series, Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Watch Active2.

The mobile payment system supports eligible credit and bank cards from more than 80 banks and credit unions across Canada. And Samsung Pay is available for download today in Samsung Apps Galaxy Store and Google Play. For more information on how to set up Samsung Pay on your Galaxy device and add your eligible TD Card(s), visit here.

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Samsung Group Sharing gets new update with some handy tools

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Group sharing app is installed as a basic application on the Samsung Galaxy device. It is an application that allows you to use the sharing group of your Samsung account to share various content with family and friends on Samsung’s basic applications such as Gallery, Samsung Notes, Calendar, and Reminders. You can also share profile photos with friends on the Contacts app.

The Group Sharing app provides a variety of functions for sharing content, and its usability is continuously improved through regular updates. In the recent development, the company has started sending a new software update to Group sharing App, which brings new improvements and optimizations for better system performance.

To be mentioned, this latest update offers to sort by member name on the share group details screen and also sorting members by contact name on the members invited to share (including shared albums and shared notes) screen.

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Moreover, it also fixes the issue related to syncing shared calendars. You can recognize this latest update by version number 12.2.03.2 and the updated package size of 17.94 MB.

What’s New

  1. Provides sorting by member name on the Share Group details screen
  2. Provides sorting by contact name on the Invite members to Share Group (including shared albums and shared notes) screen
  3. Fixed an issue with syncing shared calendars

Features:

  • Create and manage share groups from the Samsung account’s Group Sharing menu
  • Shared albums on the Gallery app
  • Shared calendars on the Calendar app
  • Shared notes on the Samsung Note app
  • Shared reminders on the Reminder app
  • Share profile photos on the Contacts App
  • Share Auto Hotspots with family

Note: If the Group Sharing app is not updated or deactivated, some features of Samsung apps may not operate properly.

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New Samsung My Files update adds a handful of user friendly tools

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Just like a file explorer on a computer, My Files manages all files on Samsung smartphones. It can help you manage and organize any files stored on your device or other locations (such as Samsung Cloud, Google Drive, or SD card). With My Files, you can view your images, videos, audio files, and documents, move files into and out of internal and external storage, and delete data.

As per the information, Samsung has now begun to release a new firmware update for the Samsung My Files application. The latest update brings several new features and optimization for a better users experience.

With this latest update, you can now instantly add or remove favorites when searching the internal storage, while checking the folder path. Files compressed with the password can also be unzipped and you can also strengthen the security by entering a password.

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In addition to this, “Analyze storage” now shows you how much storage is being used by file type on OneDrive and Google Drive. For more information, you can check the full changelog and version number mention below.

Updated Firmware Version:

  • Version: 10.1.13.391
  • Package size: 10.05MB

Updated Changelog:

  • When searching the internal storage, you can immediately add or delete Favorites while checking the folder route.
  •  When compressing files, you can strengthen the security by entering a password. Compressed files with passwords can also be unzipped.
  • “Analyze storage” now shows you how much storage is being used by file type on OneDrive/Google Drive.

New features in My Files

  1. Free up storage space easily by tapping the “Storage Analysis” button on the main screen.
  2. You can hide any unused storage space from the main screen via the “Edit My Files home”.
  3. You can view long file names without ellipses using the “Listview” button.

Key features

Browse and manage files stored on your smartphone, SD card, or USB drive conveniently. Users can create folders; move, copy, share, compress, and decompress files, and view file details.

  • The Recent Files list: Files the user has downloaded, run, and/or opened
  • The Categories list: Types of files, including downloaded, document, image, audio, video, and installation files
  • Folder and file shortcuts: Show on the device home screen and the My Files main screen
  • Provides a function used to analyze and free up storage space.

Convenient Cloud services:

  • Samsung Cloud Drive
  • Google Drive
  • OneDrive

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WhatsApp bringing new stickers as part of promoting payment service in India

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WhatsApp ranks India among its major markets and often comes up with relevant local features to provide to millions of users there. The messaging service of the messaging app was tested in the country and made public publicly a long time ago, but the reception is not yet warm. To arouse the excitement surrounding the ongoing holiday season, WhatsApp is adding a total of five sticker packs with multiple cultural references around how Indians manage their money earned only by the defect.

Whether it’s a Rakhi gift or a request for Eidi, there’s a lot of fun in these stickers that will put a smile on your face or your recipients. All of these cultural details come from local artists WhatsApp collaborating (via- AndroidPolice) to create these stickers: Anjali Mehta, Anuja Pothireddy, Mira Malhotra, Neethi, and Osheen Siva.

While making payment in WhatsApp, you will now have the option to paste one of these attachments to add a personal touch to it, or you can send it free of charge, too. These new cookies are already live for anyone to download from WhatsApp, but you can check out the screenshots below before installing them.

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The idea of ​​payments included in the messaging app used by everyone was promising and could establish WhatsApp in the payment platform. However, the Facebook messaging app hosted the party late. Google Pay and PhonePe already dominate India’s UPI market, leaving little space for newcomers, even smart ones like WhatsApp.

With these new stickers, WhatsApp is trying to entice Indian users with its payment service for utility charges linked to Indian culture, be it a shagun of lifafa or earning money from your relatives as aashirwaad when they visit you. In any case, these stickers should still be fun to use or not to use WhatsApp Pay.

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