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Samsung Internet launches for Windows PC, get it now!

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Samsung Internet browser comes pre-installed on all Galaxy devices. It’s one of the most used alternatives to the Google Chrome app. Samsung Internet is available for all Android device users on Google Play Store, with its recent debut has been spotted for Windows PC.

The Samsung Internet browser is available on the Microsoft Store, with Windows 10 and later PC supported. Unlike native One UI apps, the internet browser can be installed on non-Galaxy Book laptops. It provides the best web browsing experience for you with various features, and by protecting your privacy.

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Samsung’s Internet app for Windows PCs has some cool features that Chrome lacks such as ad blocker support, a secret (incognito) mode, extension support, and light and dark mode themes. I tried installing plugins, and the toggle redirected to Chrome Store but add-ons are not supported for now.

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Enhance Samsung Group Sharing performance via new update [v13.6.13.2]

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Samsung has released an update for its Group Sharing app for One UI devices, which can be verified through One UI build version 13.6.13.2. This update enhances the app’s functionality and resolves several issues to provide a smoother user experience.

The Group Sharing app comes pre-installed on Samsung Galaxy devices. It serves as a platform for users to share content across Samsung’s essential apps such as Gallery, Samsung Note, Calendar, and Reminder. It utilizes Samsung account share groups for efficient content distribution among contacts.

With the new update, users can expect a more seamless sharing process and error-free service. However, it does not bring any new features or changes but improves the app’s overall performance.

Samsung Group Sharing 13.6.13.4 update is available on the Galaxy Store with an installation package size of 17.43 MB. You can download the update through the Galaxy Store or from the third-party app source link mentioned here.

Samsung Group Sharing 13.6.13.2 update

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Google Photos bringing ‘Hide Clutter’ feature for organized view

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Google is set to release a new feature named ‘hide clutter’ to the Photos app for a simplified user interface. The function will allow users to maintain a cleaner main photo feed by hiding screenshots, memes, and more

The Hide Clutter feature was discovered in strings of the latest version (6.79.0.624777117) of Google Photos by PiunikaWeb. Once activated, it will automatically hide backed-up photos that fall under the clutter category.

The new feature will not delete these images but will hide them from the main view. Although they will remain accessible in their specific folders.

In addition, the Memories section is being redesigned to offer a better experience. For users in the United States, the Photos app offers AI-generated title suggestions for their memories, adding a touch of personalization and creativity.

With the introduction of ‘hide clutter’ and the existing Photo Stacks feature, Google Photos users now have two powerful tools to keep their photo collections organized and appealing.

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Samsung updates Smart Switch Mobile app on One UI devices

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Samsung Smart Switch Mobile app is getting an April 2024 update via Galaxy Store for One UI devices. The update comes with improvements and bug fixes to enhance the overall performance and stability of the app.

Every new update to your device or application not only improves the performance but also provides a new strength to run for a long time. Hence, it’s quite important to check and keep your smart devices as well as the apps up-to-date.

Talking about the fresh update, the Samsung Smart Switch update arrives with version 3.7.55.8 and it doesn’t bring much changes. However, the company has fixed some common issues and bugs, which were noted in the previous version.

Samsung Smart Switch update

In addition, the latest version will help in optimizing the overall performance and user experience. So, if you want your Samsung Smart Switch Mobile app to work well and provide you with beneficial services then don’t forget to install the latest app update.

You can install the Samsung Smart Switch Mobile April 2024 update via Galaxy Store >> Menu >> Updates or download it directly from the third-party source link mentioned here. Notably, it is rolling out with an updated package size of 34.79MB.

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