Samsung One UI 6 simplifies app names

Samsung is about to launch the One UI 6 stable update, which brings several new features for Galaxy devices. For your information, according to the changelog, the latest One UI skin will give you a more smooth experience and convince more users to use the features of the devices.

But at the same time, there are some changes that may create issues for users. Here we are talking about the shorting of names, which was already mentioned in the official changelog of One UI 6. The main aim behind the shortening of names is to give a cleaner and simpler look to the home screen. So according to it, the company will remove the prefixes “Galaxy” and “Samsung” from the application name.

It is worth noticing that the company has already started doing it with some apps. In the last few days, the company has already pushed new updates for some applications, including Samsung Music, Samsung Wallet, and Samsung TV.

It may have a good impact on the home screen, but with the good aspect, there is also one problem that has come up, as now you will not be able to search separately for all the Samsung applications, and it will be tough to find the original application if you have a bulk of third-party applications.

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Here are some applications that will get shortened names in the coming days, such as Samsung Health, Samsung Free, Samsung Food, Samsung Kids, Samsung Global, etc. It is worth noticing that all new changes will be available for Galaxy devices that are eligible to get One UI 6.

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