Posted September 13, 2018 13:04:12In the first major update to its Android and iOS mobile operating systems since 2010, Samsung has rolled out a new version of its Messages app.
The latest update to the app lets you choose a new icon, change the color of your message, and set the length of your messages.
In a nutshell, this means you can turn the app into a notification app, and then use it like a regular SMS app.
This is great news for Samsung users who like to receive notifications on their devices but don’t want to worry about getting an app that just looks like an iPhone or a Google Hangouts.
While the new Messages app doesn’t come with all the usual features that come with the standard Android app, it does have some neat additions.
For example, when you tap on a message, you can now see the text that you’re reading.
Another new feature is the ability to customize the message that’s displayed on the top of the screen.
You can also now change the size of the text, and customize the font.
This will help you to customize your messages better.
This feature is great for users who are trying to customize their message, but don`t want to deal with the usual app icons and fonts.
For example, if you want to display a message that reads, “Hey I just found out my boyfriend died and I want to say goodbye”, you could choose to display that message in a more traditional Android icon.
Or, if your message just reads, ”I love you” instead of ”I loved you”, you could select a more natural icon.
If you`re an Android user, this is great.
It also means that the new version will be available to download from the Samsung app store on September 13.
On a related note, the new app also supports text messaging, and lets you send an unlimited number of text messages and video calls to any recipient on your account.
It also supports groups, which is a big plus for those who like a more personalized experience when it comes to messages.
Samsung also added a new notification feature, so you can take a picture of a notification and send it to friends on your phone.
Samsung has also added an email filter that will block messages that contain a number of certain words, such as “boyfriend”, “f***”, and “disgusting”.
As usual, Samsung is still rolling out updates to its mobile operating system regularly.
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