South Korea-based tech giant Samsung ranks second in the world in terms of smartphone sales, according to the latest data. Expanding the user base and getting back to the top may be helped by recently revealed plans for new features: Samsung promises to release three apps that will improve the interface between Windows 10 phones and computers.
The first is called Quick Share and it debuted about a year ago with the Galaxy S20 line of smartphones. It is similar in functionality to Apple AirDrop and allows you to quickly share files between Galaxy devices over Wi-Fi. Samsung is now working with Microsoft to create an application equivalent to the Windows 10 platform that allows you to easily and quickly exchange files between your computer and phone or tablet.
The other two devices being developed for Windows 10 are called Samsung Free and Samsung O. The first is an updated and improved version of Samsung Daily, offering news, TV, and games in one place. At the time, the mysterious Samsung O is similar to a clone of the aforementioned app, but more details about its functionality have unfortunately not been revealed yet; all that is known is that Samsung is testing it.
It is not known when these three programs will arrive in Windows 10, but we have no doubt that they will be available later this year.
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