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Samsung had couple of years ago launched its Samsung Flow app for Android users in the Google Play Store. The app could unlock Samsung Windows 10 PCs by using the Samsung Smartphone, send texts and also receive notifications.

Samsung is currently working on pushing out a major update for its Flow app by adding support for the Gear S3 and the Gear Sport which can now unlock Windows 10 PCs and sync notifications.

The company is working on integrating a new option to unlock Windows 10 PCs via the smartwatches which run on Samsung’s own operating system Tizen 3. The latest version for the Flow app has been updated to 3.0.14.

Samsung user’s will also be able to link their computers running Windows 10 with their Galaxy smartphone and enjoy the new features which will be based on Smart View. However to use the new features you would need to be on Windows 10 Creators Update version 1703 or higher.

Galaxy TabPro S and Galaxy Book users would need to be on build 15063.413 or higher to be able to enjoy the Smart View features. Samsung Flow also supports smartwatches but need to be on Android Marshmallow and higher.

Samsung says that the Flow app is compatible with Tizen Operating system with version 3.0 and later only. For Windows 10 users who are already on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be able to run Samsung Flow app on their devices without any issues.

With the latest release to the Samsung Flow app the synchronization between Windows 10 on Samsung PCs and other Samsung devices is now smoother compared to the previous update which had lots of synchronization issues.

Samsung Flow enables a seamless, secure experience when connected across devices. To stay connected users would need to turn on their Smartphone’s Mobile Hot spot with your Tablet and PC.

Samsung Flow app also supports Fingerprints sensor but users would need to register with Samsung Pass.

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