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Samsung now allows you to share multitasking AR Emoji Stickers

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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.

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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.

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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.

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  • 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.

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WhatsApp readying a new Media upload quality feature to maintain clarity of data 

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To offer users a more seamless experience than ever before, WhatsApp has been continuously making changes in its functionalities, and its recent example is the new Media upload quality feature. This will allow users to choose whether their photos and videos should be sent in high quality by default.

Yes, WhatsApp is readying a new feature called Media Upload quality which will eliminate the need to manually adjust settings for every photo and video. In simple words, it will help users enjoy sharing high-quality images and videos, ensuring that important details are always preserved.

With this new option, users of WhatsApp will be able to ensure that their images and videos are always shared in high quality, maintaining clarity and preserving important details. It also enables users to focus on their conversations rather than adjusting settings repeatedly.

Therefore, if the user decides to share images and videos in HD quality then they will be required to send the media as a document. Consequently, the useful feature which allows users to manage media upload quality is currently under development and it will be available in a future update of the app.

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Samsung Language Core update improves apps’ offline language understanding

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Samsung Language Core service provides offline language understanding technology to Samsung internal apps. Now, Samsung is improving the Language Core functions through a new update to deliver a better Galaxy experience.

The fresh update arrives with version 1.0.00.41 and it is available on Galaxy Store with a package size of 804.49 MB. The update enhances some functions and fixes some issues encountered in the last version.

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Users can install the latest Language Core app update on their devices through Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. The update is expected to improve the performance and accuracy of the language understanding technology and provide a more natural and intuitive user experience.

Samsung Language Core app is capable of understanding and generating sentence structure, grammar, meaning, and other meanings inherent in words.  One of the apps that benefit from the Language Core app is the Samsung Keyboard, which supports the calibration of sentences entered by users, stylistic transformation, and the addition of emoji that suit the mood of sentences.

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New Gboard OCR feature rolling out for Android, bringing easier text scanning

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Back in 2023, we spotted that Google had been testing a feature, that could make text scanning easier, and now Gboard has started to roll out the Scan Text OCR feature for Android devices. Notably, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a tool that streamlines text recognition within images directly through the keyboard.

To be mentioned, this new OCR Scan Text feature appears in the grid of Gboard capabilities and can be dragged to the toolbar for quick access. To use the feature, users will first need to grant Gboard the camera permission, then, open the Gboard keyboard and tap the new Scan text tile.

Now, just take a photo of the text you want to scan, and once Gboard has processed the photo, it will highlight the recognized text and allow users to select the text and insert the text into the input field. Also, the selection tool remains open in case you want to select something else.

This process is faster than opening Google Lens, especially if you move the Scan text tile to the shortcuts row. Accordingly, this OCR feature of Gboard is extremely helpful for students and multitaskers as it makes text scanning easier than ever. Consequently, the feature has started to release but currently, there is no information available about its wider rollout.

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