After four beta updates, Google finally released the stable Android 13 update with a bundle of new features to provide a seamless experience. Earlier in July, Samsung also rolled out the One UI 5.0 beta program based on Android 13 internally, and now started for Galaxy S22 series smartphones.
The Korean tech giant has started bringing One UI 5.0 support for its stock app ahead of its official release. The main motive behind releasing One UI 5.0 support for apps ahead of the devices is that the company firstly wants to make its apps more compatible to provide a better user experience.
In this article, you can check the list of Samsung apps that received One UI 5.0 support.
Samsung Apps Android 13 One UI 5.0 Support [List]
- Blockchain Wallet
- One Hand Operation +
- Samsung My Files
- Samsung Air Command
- Samsung Multi Connectivity
- One UI Home
- Samsung Members
- Samsung Camera
- Samsung Media and devices
- Samsung Edge Panels
- Samsung Expert Raw
- Samsung Call
- Samsung Pentastic
- Samsung Gallery
- Samsung LockStar [New]
*As soon as any other Samsung app gets support, will add it to this list.
Android 13-based One UI 5.0
Samsung One UI 5.0 is based on Android 13 OS which is a big deal for Galaxy smartphone users. Recently, Google released a stable Android 13 update for limited Pixel devices and will expand it to more Android devices.
After the internal beta program, Samsung started the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta program for Galaxy S22 series devices. Obviously, the next UI will come with a bunch of new features, some of them being a redesigned notification panel, multitasking gestures, Keyboard OCR, and more. You can take the first look at Samsung One UI 5 Beta here.
In late August 2022, Samsung released the One UI 5.0 Beta 2 update for Galaxy S22 users, which brings a bunch of improvements, a smart suggestion widget feature, and more. Now, the company is planning to rollout the third Beta build of the One UI 5.0 to the Galaxy S22 series devices.
Samsung Cloud 5.2.05.14 update released for One UI devices
Just like Google Drive, Samsung Cloud is also a storage space for Samsung devices, where you can deliberately save files that you want to store for a long time. It will keep your data up to date and secure across all Samsung devices.
You just need to log in to the app with your Samsung Account, after that, you can access them on any other PC or device by logging into your account. In addition, Microsoft OneDrive will now support the synchronization of my files gallery and drive.
With the app, you can set up and manage the following features that are mentioned below. Although, if you want to experience the newest features of the Samsung Cloud app, then keep updating it from the Galaxy store.
Samsung Cloud app Update Tracker
[September 27, 2022]
Samsung Cloud is getting a new update with version 5.2.05.14 for Galaxy devices running One UI 4.1 /One UI 4.0 based on Android 12 or below. The installation package size of this update is 15.78MB.
[September 14, 2022]
Samsung is releasing a new update for the Cloud app with version 5.2.05.10 and updated package size of 15.78MB. It brings Google Play updates as well as fixes some common issues to enhance stability. The update is compatible with Galaxy devices running Android 7 to Android 12.
Easier access to Cloud data
- A new UI that allows you to view and manage cloud data much more conveniently. Set them right in one place.
Backup and restore
- Set up your new device easily just like your previous device.
- Home screen, Apps, Settings, Messages, Phone, Clock
- Sync and view your photos, videos, and notes across all devices.
- Contacts, Calendar, Samsung Notes, Reminder, Internet
- Samsung Cloud’s Gallery Sync is brought to you in collaboration with Microsoft OneDrive.
- Link your Samsung and Microsoft accounts and enjoy all the functionality and benefits of Microsoft OneDrive.
Samsung now allows you to share multitasking AR Emoji Stickers
Samsung is finally releasing a new update for the AR Emoji Sticker app after updating a lot of stock apps. The new update of AR Emoji Stickers is rolling out to Galaxy devices with version 4.1.00.18 via the Galaxy Store, which brings a new option for sharing multitasking stickers and improvements.
After a long time, the Korean tech giant has released a new update for the AR Emoji Stickers and this new version provides the next level of experience to the users.
According to the changelog, the update brings a feature to share multitasking stickers. This means that now you can share a bunch of stickers at once because after installing this update you will see the Share option (AR Emoji Sticker >> Select multiple stickers>> Share). Now you will not need to share stickers one by one because now you can share your favorite stickers and send them together.
Furthermore, the update also improves the screen layout and checks for changes when creating stickers to enhance the usability and stability of the app. Not only this, apart from the features and improvements, this update also fixes some common bugs so that users can get a better app experience.
- Provide a feature to share multitasking stickers at once
- Improved to be able to check changes when making stickers
- Improved screen layout and usability
The updated package size of this update is 64.18MB, you can install it via Galaxy Store by using your smartphone’s personal data to enjoy the new features. You can also download the update directly from the third-party sources link here.
It is worth mentioning that Samsung AR Emoji Sticker 4.1.00.18 update is compatible with Galaxy devices running One UI 4.1 / One UI 4.0 based on Android 12 or below. If you have received this update on your smartphone then update it now for an amazing experience.
Samsung One UI Finder gets new update via Galaxy Store [10.0.23.0]
Samsung offered a bunch of apps for Galaxy devices to enjoy the new features and services without installing any third-party apps. Due to having so many apps, many times it happens that we can’t find the app we want to open or it takes some time for us to find it.
To save our time, Samsung has also come up with an easy way to find the app with Samsung Finder. It is an app developed by Samsung that allows users to find the app by searching its name via voice or text.
Aside from this, the Korean tech giant regularly improves its app by adding new features and fixes. You can install the latest version of the Samsung Finder app from Galaxy Store to enjoy new options and features.
Samsung Finder Update Tracker
September 26, 2022
Samsung Finder 10.0.23.0 version update is released for Galaxy devices via Galaxy Store. The latest update fixes general issues to increase stability.
To be mentioned, the update is compatible with Galaxy devices running One UI 5 based Android 13 or below.
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How to add Samsung Finder on the apps Screen?
Many times it happens that an app comes installed on our mobile but we are not able to see its icon on our screen, then for that, we have to add those apps to our app screen. If you want to add the Samsung Finder app on your app’s screen, then you can follow the steps mentioned below.
- Open your device Settings.
- Scroll down and click on the Apps option.
- Tap on the Finder app in your app’s options.
- Then, Finder Settings.
- Here you find the ‘ Add Finder to Apps Screen‘ option.
- Turn on the toggle and it is done.