Samsung Devices on Android 6.0 Get Boost from Internet 4.0 and Cross App

Samsung Devices on Android 6.0 Get Boost from Internet 4.0 and Cross App
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Samsung has been rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to several devices, one of which is the latest Samsung Galaxy S6 series. Consequently, the release of the update is offering a host of new enhancements and Samsung just recently claimed that the its Samsung Internet 4.0 and Cross App functionality can offer better boost for all devices running on the Android 6.0 update.


According to the official statement of the company: “With the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Samsung’s Galaxy devices, a whole host of new and improved features are now available. Two of the most useful are Samsung Internet 4.0, which offers better privacy and functionality from the native Samsung browser than ever, and Cross App, which lets people access their most useful apps while inside the messaging program. Together, these changes promise to give Galaxy users more control and let them get more out of their devices.”

Samsung Internet 4.0 gives users more protection over their data even with someone else using their phone. Likewise, the Secret mode allows people to surf the Internet without having to worry about leaving information behind. Cross Apps, on other hand, makes it easier for people to open apps from within other apps conveniently. No need to exit the program unlike before.

Furthermore, another release from Samsung gives people the chance to work faster, thanks to an enhanced edge screen. According to Samsung: “Samsung has taken the unique user interface of the beautifully curved edge screen to the next level, making it faster and more convenient than ever to perform daily tasks and get the information you need, all with a simple swipe and tap.”

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Aside from releasing updates, Samsung is also reportedly busy working on several devices for release including the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 and Samsung Galaxy S7. However, the company has not disclosed the final details of the devices yet.