Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the latest Samsung flagship smartphones come with the latest and improved version of the TouchWiz UI. Samsung users are quite familiar with the TouchWiz UI and its evolution over the years. It’s popular for it’s a bright and cool UI but suffers from servers memory management issues. However, the latest versions come with a better memory management system along with some cool features like Scrolling Screenshot, Always On Display etc.. The Galaxy S7 Voice Recording app is one of the improved things in the latest flagship duo.
Almost every Android user will have the curiosity to get the apps from popular devices. We have covered some of the Galaxy S7 goodies earlier and today we came across the Galaxy S7 Voice Recording app on Google Playstore. The app can be directly downloaded from the Google Play Store and is compatible with the AT&T, Verizon variants of Galaxy S7 and Edge models. But Samsung is set to extend the support to more devices soon.
The latest update brings a new and interesting feature which lets you use NFC tags and pair them with recorded voices. When you pair your phone to a particular NFC tag, it will match the voice recording paired with the tag and it will start playing the recording automatically. This feature could come in handy with the interview recording mode.
So, if you’re having a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge and it’s a supported model, download the app from the Playstore and try it on your device.
We hope that Samsung will soon release this app for all the Galaxy devices running on the Android Marshmallow. However, it would be awesome if it’s available for all Android devices.
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