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Wear OS: Samsung Internet Browser Adds New Functionality

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Samsung has created a well-connected ecosystem for its devices, where most of its useful applications are available on smartphones and smartwatches. One of those applications is the Samsung Internet Browser, which allows users to use several tools to explore the content available on the Internet. Now the smartwatch-based application is getting a new useful back-and-forward feature with the latest update.

Samsung Internet Browser update (WearOS)

Samsung is rolling out a new update for the wearOS-based Samsung internet browser with version number 3.2.00.8. With the latest update, the company has introduced a new feature that will enable users to easily navigate web pages to forward or backward directions on all the WearOS smartwatches.

It is worth noticing that the Galaxy smartwatches previously supported the ability to navigate to previous web pages, and they will also have forward options, which will level up the browsing experience. It is worth noting that the Samsung Internet Browser is available for every WearOS watch, so the latest feature will be available for all those watches.

However, it is not clear yet if the update will give some dedicated buttons to navigate pages forward and backward, if it will work with simply swiping right and left gestures, or if it will work with the physical button on the smartwatches.

To update the Samsung Internet Browser on your watch, go to the Google Play Store, then swipe from the menu at the bottom of the screen and select My Apps. If you see a new update available, then hit the update button.


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Camera Assistant is also now available for Galaxy M53

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Samsung Camera Assistant is a Good Lock module that allows users to take advantage of several camera functionalities on devices. Samsung has limited its availability to some devices, but now the Galaxy M53 also has access to the function.

Galaxy M53 now supports Camera Assistant

Samsung has recently rolled out a new update for Camera Assistant with version 2.1.00.2. With the latest update, the Galaxy M53 is also getting support from the camera assistant.

For your information, the Camera Assistant will provide many features that can help users adjust the camera’s features, such as Zoom shortcuts, DDFadapter correction, and more.

If you are using the Galaxy M53, you can now take advantage of the Camera Assistant. To do that, you just need to download the latest update from the Galaxy store. To find out about the availability of other devices, you can check the list.


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Sound Assistant update brings new Buds 3 icons

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Sound Assistant is one of the Good lock modules that allows users to customize sound-related functions. Now, the company has started rolling out a new update for the application that will bring more changes.

Sound Assistant

Sound Assistant is getting a new update with version number 6.1.00.7. With the fresh update now, Galaxy Buds 3 icons are applied; when you connect Galaxy Buds 3 to your smartphone, it will be shown in new icons.

The update also changed the Equalizer’s name. The company has mentioned applying a new stabilization code. for better working

If you use a Samsung smartphone or tablet with good lock compatibility, you can now check for updates via the Galaxy store.

Sound Assistant features

Sound Assistant provides several utility features to customize sound-related settings and interfaces. For instance, users can add different effects to the Volume UI, set the volume of each app individually, and more.


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Samsung expands Live translate feature for third-party applications exclusively in its Galaxy devices

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Samsung introduced many Galaxy AI features for its smartphones with One UI 6.1. Live Translate is one of Samsung’s most appreciated features, allowing users to communicate with each other without the language barrier.

Initially, the Korean giant introduced the live translation feature exclusively for the main calling function. Still, the company has promised to make live translation accessible for third-party applications.

Now, keeping its promise, Samsung started supporting functionality for third-party applications, including Facebook Messenger, Google Meet, Instagram, Kakao Talk, LINE, Signal, Telegram, WeChat, and WhatsApp.

It means Galaxy users can take advantage of the live call translation with the dedicated voice calling functions within the application.

This feature is now active with the One UI 6.1.1 spotted on Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 smartphones and is expected to be available to more Galaxy devices that support the Live translate feature.

List of the devices that support the Live call translate feature

  • Galaxy S22
  • Galaxy S22+
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23
  • Galaxy S23+
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23 FE
  • Galaxy S24
  • Galaxy S24+
  • Galaxy S24 Ultra
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5
  • Galaxy Z Fold 4
  • Galaxy Z Fold 5
  • Galaxy Tab S8
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Plus
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S9
  • Galaxy Tab S9 Plus
  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra


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