Samsung to replace its Daily feed with Samsung Free
While the company didn’t specify as to when the switch would be over, the report notes that Samsung Free could roll out to users with Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 update in the future.
Samsung, last year, replaced Bixby Home with a new content discovery platform called Samsung Daily. Now, almost a year after making the change, the South Korean electronic giant is tweaking this platform further.
As per a report by Sam Mobile, Samsung is planning to replace Samsung Daily by a new service called Samsung Free. The company has started sending notices to its Galaxy smartphone users informing them about the change.
In the message to its users, Samsung said that the change is a part of the company's strategy to deliver quality content to its users. In addition to that, the company also highlights some of the changes that it will be making to Samsung Daily for paving the way for Samsung Free. This includes the ability to navigate using a multi-tab structure and availability of content including news in a new format.
Samsung, in its notice, also said that it will be discontinuing some tabs Samsung Free and realign others in accordance with its content strategy. Additionally, the company said that users will be able to access ‘full features and content on the corresponding apps' in the meantime.
While the company didn't specify as to when the switch would be over, the report notes that Samsung Free could roll out to users with Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 update in the future.
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