If you have used multiple Apple products recently, you might know of the Continuity feature which basically lets you pick up where you left off on one device and continue it on another. Now some of you guys might recall that last year, Samsung announced a similar feature called Samsung Flow but back then, it was unclear as to when it would launch.

Well wonder no more because Samsung has officially released the beta version of the Samsung Flow app on the Google Play Store. Given that this is still a beta version of the feature, there is a chance that it might still contain several bugs. It is also possible that some features might not make it into the final build but for those who are interested in taking it for a spin, you can do that.

Similar to Apple’s Continuity feature, Samsung Flow will allow users to swap activities between their mobile devices, such as transfer the viewing of a website on their phone to that of a tablet. Users will also be able to defer activities on their mobile devices until an appropriate device is available.

Unfortunately at the moment it seems that not all of Samsung’s devices will be support. According to the listing on Google Play, the devices supported include the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge, and the Galaxy Tab S. Presumably Samsung could add additional support at a later date, but for now if you don’t have any of these devices you’d be out of luck.

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