Several reports of the past week had suggested that Samsung Flow App is on its way and now we have no ambiguity about it. An official announcement by the South Korean Tech-giant ensures the company’s plans about rolling out the app; to further Galaxy devices, Devices powered by Windows 10, Tablets as well as PCs.

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Those not familiar with the term Flow App, must understand that this app is a productivity-booster kind tool, coming preloaded in recently unveiled and launched company devices; Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book. Core purpose of the Samsung Flow app remains allowing every user the ‘fingerprint authentication’ for unlocking their respective tabs and PCs.

For the fingerprint authentication and unlocking on compatible Galaxy Smartphones, the Samsung Flow app of course requires to first pair the devices. And that would only be possible by using Bluetooth and (available) Wi-Fi connection. As far smartphone notifications, the users can get such mirrored alerts and notifications to devices in the likes of Laptops, PCs, Windows 10-Tablets etc.

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Further, with the help of this dedicated app, the users would find it pretty easy to even send replies to all or a selective notification. When it comes to sharing any images or videos, even a whole document, there are two options available to meet the requirement; either share your stuff between a Galaxy smartphone and any other paired, compatible device i.e. a tablet or a Pc.

Earlier reports had suggested that the neat and pretty useful app is though limited to only Galaxy Tab-Pro S but now, as mentioned above already, Windows 10 PC and other non-Samsung Windows 10 device consumers would also be able to benefit from it.

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