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Samsung Pay could become paid service to take on Apple Pay in Korea

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Earlier we have come to know that Apple to planning to release Apple Pay in South Korea. This will become a competitor to Samsung Pay, which doesn’t have any rival in the home country for years. Now to take on Apple Pay, it seems like Samsung could turn Samsung Pay into a paid service.

According to a recent information from Business Korea, the financial authorities say that Apple Pay fees of 0.1 percent to 0.15 percent can not only be charged to consumers and stores but also credit card companies.

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The report suggets that both Samsung and Apple are looking to impose payment fees on them. On the other side, many other payment services in the country, such as Naver Pay and Kakao Pay will also follow the suit as a new profit model.

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It is worth mentioning that Samsung has not said any word on the matter, so we can not clearly say if the company will actually make Samsung Pay a paid service on not. However, if this is true, the company should soon declare it.

Moreover, Samsung’s payment service is currently the largest digital card payment service in South Korea. It was originally introduced in August 2015 and is now a family of over 16 million customers. Whereas, its cumulative payment is 182 trillion won or more.

Samsung Pay supports both magnetic secure transmission and NFC for safe payment. It is offering a free service to customers since its launch. The only fee it charges is the service initiation.

Revealing the information, an industry source said, “Samsung Electronics has run the free service in order to increase and retain Galaxy smartphone users, but Apple Pay is changing the market and Samsung Electronics may consider charging.”

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Samsung Music app brings Touch and Hold support to Galaxy Buds

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Samsung is enhancing the music listening experience for Galaxy smartphone users with the latest update to its Music app. The new version 16.2.36.2 of the Samsung Music app introduces the Galaxy Buds Touch and Hold Support.

This new function of the Samsung Music app allows users to control their music playback seamlessly using touch and hold gestures on their Galaxy Buds. It aims to provide a more intuitive and hands-free experience.

Moreover, the update also fixes some issues to ensure a smoother and more stable performance for all its users. Aside from this, the update does not include any new features or changes.

Users can install the update via Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. Also, they can download it directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here.

Samsung Music offers robust music playback and a superior interface to Galaxy devices. It supports multiple audio formats like MP3, AAC, and FLAC, although availability may differ by device.

The app organizes songs by various categories for easy management and features a simple user interface. Additionally, it integrates Spotify playlist recommendations within the Spotify tab. Samsung advises installing the latest version of the Music app to enjoy new features on your Galaxy devices.

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WhatsApp working on ‘AI Profile Photos’ feature for enhanced privacy

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WhatsApp is developing a new feature called AI profile photos to enhance profile images. This new feature has been spotted with the WhatsApp latest beta update (version 2.24.11.17) available on the Google Play Store.

With this new feature, WhatsApp users will be able to create unique and personalized profile photos using AI. Instead of sharing real photos, users can describe the kind of image they want. The AI then creates a custom profile photo based on that description.

Through this feature, WhatsApp aims to enhance privacy by allowing users to avoid sharing personal pictures, reducing the risk of misuse or unauthorized sharing.

This is also beneficial when users are unsure which photo to use, they can simply provide details, and the AI will create a personalized image. No need to spend time searching for the perfect picture.

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AI Profile Photos feature is currently under development and will be available in a future update. Previously, WhatsApp introduced a feature to create and share AI stickers. Users will soon be able to create AI-generated photos for their profile.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Plugin receives essential update to fix bugs

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Samsung has rolled out a new update for its Galaxy Watch 6 Plugin with version 2.2.13.24051751. This latest update is available on the Galaxy Store with a package of 175.7MB for Galaxy Watch 6. The update addresses the issues found in the previous version.

The last version of the plugin caused errors that affected the performance of the Galaxy Watch 6. With this update, Samsung has resolved these issues, improving the stability and functionality of the watch when connected to Android devices.

May 2024 plugin aims to ensure that users have a smooth experience with their Galaxy Watch 6 without any interruptions. Users are advised to update their devices as soon as possible.

You can download and install the fresh Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Plugin through the Galaxy Store. Also, you can download the update through the third-party app source link mentioned here.

The Watch Plugin app is software for syncing the Galaxy Watches and does not operate on its own. Notably, the Galaxy Wearable app must be installed for it to operate normally.

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