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Samsung Camera Assistant App will be available for Galaxy devices with One UI upgrades

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Several rumors and sources revealed the features and release date of the One UI 6 beta, but Samsung has yet to reveal any information. The most anticipated arrival, the One UI 6 Android 14 update, is likely to come into usage in July. Recent information from a community provider revealed two exciting news that benefits Galaxy users.

During the rollout of Android 14-based One UI 6, the Camera Assistant app will be made available for the Galaxy S20 FE (with One UI 5) and Galaxy A series. A community moderator recently stated that Camera Assistant’s distribution and a One UI upgrade are scheduled for the S20 FE and Galaxy A series.

To get more knowledge about Camera Assistant features, it is a crucial tool for Samsung smartphone users who want to take, edit, and share photos and videos, giving them a finish of a professional look. With its user-friendly UI, users can elevate their smartphone photography to new levels of sophisticated shooting modes with the help of the software, which provides built-in filters, editing tools, and intelligent features.

List of Galaxy phones that have Camera Assistant App support

This Samsung software aims to give Galaxy users everything that is necessary to bring out beautiful clips and films with a variety of unique tools and capabilities on their mobile devices. This feature was provided to Galaxy users by Samsung along with its One UI 5, but customers should have more patience to implement the Camera Assistant in their devices. The main aim of the Samsung Camera Assistant App is to improve the shooting experience of Galaxy smartphone users.

By October of this year, Samsung Android 14 rollout initiation is expected to begin, whereas by November or December, several smartphones in the Galaxy A series lineup this year.


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Disney Plus Could Also Offer Always-on Channels Soon Similar To Samsung TV Plus

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Samsung TV Plus is inspiring the Walt Disney brand as it is now gearing up to offer something on the Disney Plus platform similar to how Samsung TV Plus offers live channels on Galaxy devices. 

Samsung never shies away from providing new convenient features or upgrades to enhance users’ experiences. Here’s the evidence: Samsung TV Plus offers free live channels on Samsung devices. Now Disney Plus is appearing to add always-on channels to its streaming platform. These channels would continuously show content, allowing users to jump in and watch without even having to choose a particular program. 

If the reports are to be believed, the Walt Disney Company is setting up to deliver always-on channels in the Disney Plus application. It is expected that Disney would mainly show Star Wars and Marvel content on these channels; it might also offer Disney’s classic animated movies from Pixar on them. 

However, you are only able to access these always-on channels if you have a paid subscription to the platform. Despite paid service, these channels will also show advertisements, the same as a traditional TV channel on a cable network or a DTH service. This will also offer the option to just start watching content instead of choosing what to watch, searching for it, and then playing the show. 

At the moment, apart from the information mentioned above, there are no other details to come to know regarding exactly when Disney will roll out the new feature. However, it could happen in the next few months. It seems that lately, other streaming platforms, for instance, Amazon and Fox, have also started offering ad-supported channels.


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Samsung Good Lock 2.2.04.92 update improves the ‘Update all Plugin’ feature

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Samsung hasn’t released any major updates for the Good Lock application; for instance, last time, it brought a significant update where it made changes in the interface of the application, aiming to provide convenience for the users. Now, with the latest update, it is rolling out some improvements for some features.

Samsung has rolled out a new update for the Good Lock application, coming with version number 2.2.04.92. According to the changelog, the update will improve the ‘Update All’ button. It means that after installing the update, users will have more convenience while updating applications. It allows users to update all the modules of Good Lock with a single tap.

Apart from that, the update has also improved some other functionalities of the Good Lock, but the changelog doesn’t mention the full description of other changes. But if you are having any issues while using any feature of the application, then you should try to update the application.

To update the Good Lock application, you need to go to the Galaxy Store and search for Good Lock. If it shows a new update available, then tap on the update button. Once you tap it, it will get installed to the latest version automatically.

For starters, Good Lock is a powerful application for Galaxy devices that provides several modules and some options to customize the different UI functions of Samsung devices. There are several modules available that dedicatedly provide options for multiple UI elements, such as wallpaper, themes, notifications, navigation, lock screen, and many more.


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Google Messages Now Lets You Make 3-Second Selfie GIFs

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In recent weeks, Google has made a lot of improvements to its dedicated messaging application. Recently, the most useful addition has been the custom camera, which provides a simple camera interface for users to quickly click or shoot videos for instant messaging. Now, it has introduced a new capability that allows users to quickly create selfie GIFs.

As of writing, this feature isn’t seen anywhere in the Google message, but the company has already shared a dedicated article with information on how to create a selfie GIF in the application.

According to the official information, to create the selfie GIF, you have to follow these steps: Open a conversation on Google Messenger, now taught, and hold the camera icon. It will start a countdown to give you time to prepare, and the recording starts and ends automatically. Finally, it will be automatically saved on the camera roll, and you can send it to anyone.

Google has also officially said, “You can also record a selfie GIF by tapping a prompt in the conversation.” It is like one of the suggested action prompts, which already includes recent photos, sharing locations, and starting a video call.

As far as the availability of the new feature is concerned, it currently has not appeared anywhere near its stable channel or the beta channel. But as Google officially suggested steps for the feature, it is expected that the company may soon provide the feature for every user.

How to Create a selfie GIF on Google Messages

  1. Open Google Messages
  2. Open or start a conversation.
  3. In the message bar, touch and hold the Camera
    • If available, you can also record a selfie GIF by tapping a prompt in the conversation.
  4. A countdown appears to give you time to prepare. The recording starts and ends automatically.
    • You can also manually start recording by pressing a red button.
    • You don’t have an option to send the selfie GIF while recording.
  5. When the recording ends, tap Send 

Tips:

  • You can record a selfie GIF for 3 seconds.
  • You can access selfie GIF that are saved on your device’s camera roll.
  • You can’t edit recordings. To redo a recording, tap Restart.

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