Samsung To Put TouchWiz On A Diet And Make Its Own Apps Optional
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With Android Wear, Samsung takes a step back from that process, but the company still plans to find ways to make its devices different from all the other upcoming Android Wear gadgets. Creating its own apps and services -- and preloading them on the Gear Live smartwatch -- is one way to do that. So is including unique hardware design and features, such as the heart-rate monitor.
Many different manufacturers make Android phones and they often include some customization over the vanilla Android experience. e.g. HTC Sense or Samsung TouchWiz. Depending upon your device and carrier, there may be pre-installed apps that are bundled with your Android device.
We noticed there is pretty decent app support for the multi-window service at launch with even more supported apps on the wayYou can move the small arrow that brings up the drawer with the Multi-window apps to make it easier to reach with your thumb. You can also move the whole drawer to the other side of the screen.
Apart from those added apps, some of which I wouldn't call bloat because they're just shortcuts, I haven't had any issues with the S7 Edge. Quite the contrary. There are plenty of added features in TouchWiz that make the experience unique and interesting.
Wondering why Samsung stuck a humidity and temperature sensor in this baby? One word: S-Health. With this app, you cantrack your calories, sleep, steps and diet, and you can even tell the app how you feel and it will make suggestions about how to adjust your environment. Talk about a "life companion." 2b1af7f3a8