Samsung Flow lets you seamlessly interact with multiple Samsung devices

Samsung Flow

With iOS 8, Apple introduced something known as Continuity which brought seamless integration between Mac and iOS devices. And now, Samsung has launched its own version known as Samsung Flow. This will sync with a range of Samsung tablets, smartphones as well as Notebooks courtesy of an app.

It’s natural to make comparisons of Flow with Apple’s offering as the latter has been available for quite some time (WWDC 2014). Samsung’s implementation however stretches to its Smart TVs as well, which is perhaps the only distinction between the two services. Of course, this feature is only limited to Samsung devices, so you’re not in luck if you own a non-Samsung smartphone.

Samsung Flow is compatible with the company’s Gear series of smartwatches too, depending on the content you’re trying to transfer. Considering the amount of Samsung devices available out there, it’s logical to have an offering like this. Make sure you check the video below to get a proper understanding of how Flow works.

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Via: Phandroid

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