Samsung Launched the Try Galaxy App for Non-Android Users

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Samsung launched the Try Galaxy app which is a web-based app that is designed to let non-android users experience the Galaxy’s immersive demos.

Try Galaxy App

Try Galaxy App

Wondering what this app has for you? Well, the following is a list of what you can expect when you download the app:

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  1. Galaxy Z Flip4 and Z Fold4 Tutorials – Watch walkthroughs of the newly-launched Z Series and discover how easy it is to navigate through each interface. The experience will show how both devices encourage more flexibility and productivity with their hands-free and multi-windows features. 
  2. Galaxy Camera and Gallery –  Experience the Galaxy’s built-in Object Eraser and Photo Remaster tools—two must-have camera features for young content creators. The Try Galaxy app also lets you see what makes the ZFlip’s FlexCam different with a fun, interactive tutorial video. 
  3. Galaxy Themes and Customization Tools – From personalized themes to customizable color palettes, and custom-made emoji pairs, the Galaxy experience has it all. These tools take you on a journey of self-expression, inspiring them to try designing their interface as authentic to your style as possible with the Galaxy Themes.
  4. Galaxy Ecosystem Simulation – Check out simulated pages of Galaxy’s amazing features and settings. The Try Galaxy app provides a realistic view of its ecosystem with a simplified virtual experience of various message-and-call-related Galaxy features, as well as in-app demos of the Privacy, Smart Switch, Samsung Health, and Quick Share dashboards. 
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Other simulations and in-app tutorials to check out include Samsung Kids, Game Launcher, Galaxy Store, Galaxy Wearable, and SmartThings.

To access the app, all you need to do is scan the QR code above, or click here.

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