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Samsung Flow, Content Sharing Across Devices

During Samsung’s second developer conference last week, the company announced Samsung Flow, a new tool aims to unify user experience across all of Samsung’s devices.

Just like Pushbullet or Apple’s Continuity, the tool will connect to a number of user’s devices, allowing user to stop working on one device and pick up exactly where they left off on another.

The feature consists of three elements; Transfer, Defer, and Notify. The Transfer element allows users to push content between their Samsung devices. Aside from pushing contents, users can also start a video call on one device and then continue it on another. This is useful especially for users that are always on the go.

Defer is an element that allows users to save tasks on one device and access it later on any other device. For example, users can save a link or a document on their device for viewing at a later time on any devices.

Last but not the least, Notify is a syncing element that syncs notifications across Samsung devices.

Check out our hands-on demo of the Samsung Flow below.

About Allistair Lee

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Pocket Insider. Allistair has been a tech enthusiast since he was at the age of 15. His current interest includes Android smartphones and tablets, among many other devices.

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