One UI 6’s New Folder Features: App Adding Made Easier

Samsung Galaxy S23 series users are encouraged to enlist in the One UI beta program, launched on August 11th, in order to participate in the program’s early testing of the newest features and provide beneficial feedback. In the US, Germany, South Korea, India, Poland, and the UK regions, the first and second beta rollouts were made available. Following S23, the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Z Flip 5 may be the next scheduled models to receive the upgrade.

Quick panel settings, new standard emojis, and typefaces are some of the notable features that One UI 6.0 based on Android 14 provides. The first feature of One UI 6.0 has also brought up a noteworthy feature that was left unnoticed. When adding apps to folders, One UI 6 modifies the way they are displayed. It may be a minute change, but it was a change that everyone wanted.

While making an attempt to add applications to the currently available folder on the home screen, One UI 6 showcases the application list that has been installed. Now, comparing this with the previous One UI 5.1 skin, the applications were made visible in a grid manner, in a design of squares formed by straight lines that gives a clear and simple look.

One UI 6.0 Improves Gesture Navigation with Predictive Back Animation

This functionality is a jackpot for users who like the icons to be displayed in a larger manner.

Other than this functionality, One UI 6 brings more to the OS world

  • The stock camera app
  • The share sheet
  • The widgets of the media player and personalized settings
  • Outstanding widgets in the weather application.
  • Standard emoji transformation
  • Quick panel settings that will truly match the user’s preferences 

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