Samsung and Microsoft recently announced an expanded partnership to be seen Galaxy devices preloaded with many Microsoft applications and services. In addition to the usual Microsoft Office applications, the list of preloaded applications will include a link to Windows also, that it is a new version of the complementary application of your PC with Microsoft Phone. There is also evidence that Samsung may take this application to another Galaxy devices with Android 10 updates.
All of this gives a question mark about the future of Samsung Flow, which is the company’s internal alternative to Link. Windows The application. While the uncertainty continues, Samsung Flow has received several new features in update v4.3.08, it shows the active development of the app.
With the latest update, Samsung Flow users can now return their mobile screens to their screens Galaxy Tablet. Not only that, the mobile screen window can be used with other applications on the tablet using the Multi Window function. Previously, it was possible to mirror the cell phone screen only to a PC. The second new feature mentioned in the changelog is the ability to transfer entire folders, not just files, but this didn’t work in our short test.
Although the arrival of new features is a good sign for the future of Samsung Flow, it cannot be considered as a confirmation that Samsung will continue to develop applications. These new features may be in development even before Korean companies decide to use Link to Windows. Either way, Samsung Flow is still alive today, and that’s good news for many users. Hopefully, the company will at least support the app until Link to Windows achieve parity of characteristics.