The Samsung Flow productivity app comes pre-installed on the company’s new Galaxy Tab S3 and Windows 10-powered Galaxy Book tablets. The app lets users receive smartphone notifications on their tablets and even reply to them. It also allows for easy sharing of data between paired devices. Samsung has confirmed today that it’s going to bring Samsung Flow to more Android-powered Galaxy devices and Windows 10 PCs.
It was actually reported last week that Samsung Flow might soon be made available to all Windows 10 devices, even those not made by Samsung. This would enable users to unlock their PCs by just placing their finger on the fingerprint sensor of a paired Galaxy smartphone.
On the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book, Samsung Flow will enable users to unlock their tablet using their phone’s fingerprint sensor when both devices are paired, manage smartphone notifications, start a browsing session on one device and pick it up on the other, automatically connect the tablet to the phone’s mobile hotspot, and more.
All of these features are included in the latest update of Samsung Flow which is pre-installed on the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book. Samsung has confirmed today that this update will also be released for the Galaxy S6 and other Galaxy smartphones running Android 6.0 at least aside from all Windows 10 tablets and PCs.
The company says that it’s going to release this latest update of Samsung Flow in April this year.