At last! Samsung SideSync disappears and its replacement is Samsung Flow

by Kelvin
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In addition to creating smartphones, Samsung also develops mobile applications that are sometimes quite good. However, it seems that one of his apps was no longer compliant enough. For this reason, Samsung will disappear SideSync and its substitute is Samsung Flow.

In case you didn't know, SideSync is a company solution to easily share screens between a computer and a smartphone or tablet Galaxy. But in October of last year, the application was replaced by Samsung Flow in the Galaxy S9 And this time, it has been revealed that the South Korean company will put aside its SideSync application.


Goodbye to SideSync, hello to Samsung Flow

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For better or worse, SideSync will cease to exist in Galaxy Store and Google Play Store as of October 15. When this happens, Samsung users will not be able to download the application on these channels. Although those who have this app on their phones can continue using it without problems, the company recommends that you install Samsung Flow if you want to continue using the screen mirroring function.

This news does not surprise much considering that Samsung decided to stop supporting this application last year when he arrived Galaxy S9 Mind you, it does not mean that Samsung gets rid of a useful feature, but that the company wants its users to make use of a more effective alternative. Samsung Flow will provide the same features of SideSync and give its users a better experience.

Have you used Samsung Flow? Then tell us how you did with the app and if it really is better than SideSync.

Source | Sammobile

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