A new app is up and running from Samsung to give every user experience on how it feels to own the new Galaxy device. It is there in the play store by the name Experience app for Samsung s9/s9+, and any device is running on an android marshmallow or above can download it from the play store. Now the app is simply a guide to show the features that the latest flagship from Samsung holds, it is not an app which makes your device like one. The app contains mainly four sections: the new camera, Samsung accessories, Helpful apps and the list of specs. Let’s have a look at these four sections.
Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ Features on Your Phone
Camera: The camera demo gives you an idea of the super slow motion, Ar-emoji and many more.
Accessories: This demo gives you an idea about the first party peripherals that the device supports a wireless charger, quick charger, etc.
Helpful Apps: Over the years we have known Samsung to ship their devices with a bunch of their own well-optimized apps like smart switch and app pair.
Specifications: Lastly one will see the entire specification list of the latest flagship and can also compare it with the galaxies of the previous years.
Galaxy S9/S9+ Experience App
Now, this demo app release is nothing new from Samsung as we have seen the same happen for the note 8 previous years. This app is nothing more than a marketing scheme from Samsung, to influence smartphone users of other manufacturers who have not owned a galaxy device before to make a switch to the new Samsung Galaxy device. The user interface of this app is indeed very smooth and polished, so anyone can have a seamless experience of all the sections on offer for demonstration.
Now previous year many confused consumers left harsh comments on the app and rated it down as they somehow, for some reason thought that this app would make their device like the new Galaxy device. It was just a demonstration app which was misunderstood. Hopefully, this time around it won’t be the case, but it is highly likely that it will be the same all over again.