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Samsung Daily feed will soon be replaced by Samsung Free


Last updated: November 7th, 2020 at 14:56 UTC+01:00

Last year, Samsung replaced Bixby Home with Samsung Daily. The change was brought along with the Android 10 update for Galaxy smartphones. Now, the company is replacing Samsung Daily with Samsung Free.

The company has sent a notice to its users, notifying them of the change to the Samsung Daily feed. Samsung Free will be placed on the leftmost homescreen, and it will offer a streamlined design. It will reportedly offer information about games, news, media, and more in a new format.

Samsung has claimed in the notice that Samsung Free will offer easier navigation through a multi-tab structure. The company has also mentioned that some cards that were available on Samsung Daily will be discontinued, but it hasn’t named the service that will be discontinued.

Samsung Free could possibly roll out with the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update in the future. The company wants to offer a simpler and more streamlined content experience. With the introduction of Samsung Daily, the South Korean firm had removed Foursquare and Uber cards.

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