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Samsung uploads its S Note application to the Play Store for easy updating

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Last updated: May 18th, 2016 at 05:50 UTC+02:00

In an effort to make updating the platform easier than ever, Samsung has today uploaded its S Note application to the Play Store. Unfortunately, the note-taking app remains exclusive to the most recent Galaxy Note-branded devices, but this move means that the South Korean company can now push out timely standalone upgrades for the program without having to bundle the changes into a new firmware build, which has to be distributed as a maintenance update for the entire operating system.

If you happen to be running an older build of S Note on your smartphone and would like to grab the latest version without heading into the Play Store, you're in luck as the folks over at APK Mirror have managed to obtain a copy of the APK for you to download and manually install on your handset. All you have to do is click here to download the file. Once the package is saved on your smartphone, open up Downloads, click on the entry entitled “com.samsung.android.snote”, hit Install, then tap the Done button.

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