Samsung Adds New Apps and Updates to iOS

January 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s collection at the Apple App Store is just about to get enriched. The company is bringing in a series of apps and updates that are focussed on improving the overall experience of Samsung-experience in iPhones and iPads.

The apps that are gearing up for debut will see a lift in the support for Samsung’s home connectivity features and wearable gadgets.

For the latter, the company is working upon a new Gear Fit Manager app for the iOS that will help users pair their Gear Fit devices to iPhones and iPads. Samsung’s gadget-based app collection in iOS is currently limited to only Gear Manager App.


This would come in addition to the S Health app that would likely come with Apple HealthKit integration. The app would offer tracking features for various activities like workouts, food intake and sleep monitoring.

Samsung has also earlier revealed their intention to include iOS support for its Gear S2 smartwatch.

Some other big apps that are arriving for iOS are the Remote Control and Family Square apps, both of which will expand the integration of iOS devices with Samsung Galaxy View.

With this, users will be able to remotely control Galaxy View on other devices, and will also be able to stream their smartphone display into those.

Samsung Level audio devices will also be given a better support, as the inclusion of a controller app for iOS seems more than likely.

Apart from these new apps, Samsung will also be overhauling the Smart Cam app for iOS. A new update will be rolled out to users, with which they will get to welcome a new interface for controlling and managing their smart cam devices remotely.

It seems like there will be plenty more to come, so do keep an eye on the App Store to know if there’s anything new.

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