Everytime Samsung introduces a new phone, they introduce one new feature and remove two.
I looked at Samsung Flow on Microsoft store and it has a rating of 1.5, that does not inspire confidence....
i think Samsung must have thought twice to give us the best! if you resist change,change will change you it's self.
Side sync was better than flow. With Sidesync I could have my entire phone screen in a floating window on my Samsung S4 Tablet. Flow only shows me notifications on tablet. Useless.
ProJames-CHM, 12 Sep 2019Just like Win10 lolThat said, I can see why Samsung and Microsoft are collaborating on it. To get what Flow needs integrated into Windows and what Office needs integrated into Android. Win win for the user.
ProJames-CHM, 11 Sep 2019I wonder when they'll shutdown Samsung Flow, since they're teaming up with Microsoft for their... moreFlow does a lot more. Microsoft's My Phone (or whatever it's called) is incredibly hit or miss. I tried it for a week and it mostly failed doing the simplest things of was meant to so.
Flow has its issues, too. That custom Windows user it needs for automagic desktop log in is slow and jarring.
I didn't know this exist and I have Samsung from s3, maybe if they advertised this more .....
Unfortunately Flow only works on Windows, while SideSync is available on macOS as well. It doesn't work perfectly, but at least it does. So Mac users are left in the cold after October 15th, unless Samsung gets their act together and releases Flow on macOS.
Now a days companies gave no f*ck about the end users wishes.
Earlier Samsung killed "Focus" which was really a great app. I love it.
Then Google killed "G+","Allo" and another few.
Blackberry killed the "BBM".
That is why I decided to use only few limited apps on my device, to not get any shock in future.
I wonder when they'll shutdown Samsung Flow, since they're teaming up with Microsoft for their own solution (it's even preinstalled on the Note10) which does pretty much all of that