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A majority of Galaxy S users do not like Samsung’s exclusive apps

A study discovered that a majority of Galaxy S users do not appreciate Samsung’s exclusive suite of apps. Samsung has been oft-criticised in the past for bundling a lot of unnecessary and gimmicky features in its handsets, most of which d…

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Samsung updates ChatON with message recall feature, larger file transfers, and more

Samsung has pushed a major update to its ChatON messaging app, adding a plethora of features and bumping the version to 3.5. The standout feature here is something privacy advocates should love - ChatON now allows users to recall/delete a m…

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Galaxy S5 to come with built-in multi-party conference call feature?

As is the case with every new flagship smartphone released by Samsung, the Galaxy S5 will likely feature numerous new software features to enhance the user experience, and we might just have a glimpse of at least one such feature - built-in…

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Samsung’s ChatON messenger app gets SMS and MMS support

Google recently added the option to view SMS on a device via the Hangouts app (which was earlier called Talk), a feature that had been requested by Android users for quite some time. Well, Samsung decided it needed to do the same for its ow…

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Samsung updates ChatON with updated UI and features

You'd think Samsung would just boast about cranking up 100 million users on its ChatON messaging platform and leave it at that, but that didn't happen, and the Korean manufacturer has given ChatON a major upgrade to match the recent milesto…

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Samsung’s ChatON messaging service reaches 100 million users

Samsung has announced that its ChatON messaging service now has a global subscriber base of over 100 million users, two years after it was launched, and four months after it hit the 50 million subscriber base. According to Samsung, ChatON…

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Samsung to launch smartphone UI and apps in 9 Indian languages

Samsung is making a big move towards supporting local Indian languages on their devices and has announced that it will offer its smartphone and tablet UI in nine Indian languages - Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam…


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