Samsung and Microsoft are long time partners. Recently, they had extended the partnership for further digital transformation in real estate and property management. Now, Samsung is bringing its services to Microsoft’s Windows 10 platform as a report by ALumia says Quick Share, Samsung Free, and Samsung O are coming to the Microsoft store.
Samsung’s Quick Share is an answer to Apple’s AirDrop. It allows seamless sharing of Photos, Videos, and Documents across devices. Now, this App is reportedly appearing on Microsoft Store for a few. Although it is yet to reach everyone, users who have One UI 2.0 and above on Galaxy devices can enjoy this feature.
In addition to the Quick Share, Windows 10 users will also get other apps like SamsungFree and Samsung O. Here, the Samsung Free was formerly called Samsung Daily. It is like a one-stop-shop for News, TV, and Play.
For the TV section, the App will reportedly show exclusive content that is available on the Samsung TV Plus. For the unware, this video rental service launched in 2016. However, it made the service and expanded to more galaxy phones last year.
The Samsung TV Plus includes a collection of Documentaries, and other entertainment services from over 150 channels. That said, the SamsungFree will also have a News section(News from Various sources compiled), and a Play section(Free Games).
That said, the Samsung O for Windows 10 is currently a mystery. The report says that this could be a clone app of some kind. This service is said to roll out on the Microsoft Store in a few days and let’s wait to find out what it brings to the Windows’ table.
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