Alongside the S20 series launch, Samsung introduced a feature meant for its users, dubbed Quick Share. This feature was meant to enable users to share files between their Galaxy smartphones. According to recent rumours, the company is now thinking of extending this from Samsung Galaxy phones to Windows 10 based devices.
This will come as a shock to few since Samsung and Microsoft have been good partners for quite some time. Your Phone and Link to Windows applications have been pivotal to bridge the gap between Android devices and Windows-based products.
Now, according to a report by Sam Mobile, both these companies are collectively working towards expanding the Quick Share feature to Windows 10 devices. When made public, this would allow Galaxy tabs and smartphones to user files to Windows 10 PCs without any hassles. This remains unclear though, as to whether a standalone app will be made for Windows.
What Else Does Samsung Have in Store?
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Apart from this, Samsung is also rumoured to be working on two other applications, namely Samsung Free and Samsung O. According to reports by Neowin, Samsung Free will be the successor to Samsung Daily, a feed that let users see news, free games, a dedicated watch section and more towards the left site of the One UI launcher.
As for Samsung O, the publication reports that it is also similar to Samsung Free, but, the exact utility remains unknown. Do note that Samsung has not yet released any of these applications as of now.
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