Already spoken con Samsung previously Good Lock, the Samsung interface experiment trying to innovate beyond Touchwiz. Good Lock changed several basic sections of the interface such as the Notifications , the Lock Screen and recent applications .
good Lock is available only for high-end Samsung (Galaxy S7, S6 and Note 5) and although it is not finished but constantly evolving product, is getting a good reception from the early adopters . However, its most notable feature is that every two weeks is updated by applying the suggestions from the community .
And with such suggestions comes to version 24.0.10 , already available in Galaxy Apps, correcting 19 errors and incorporates interesting features such as floating windows by dragging from a notification, faster and backup settings
drag and float
The most notable novelty of this update is what Samsung calls “floating windows from notifications” and consisting of drag a notification to open your application as a floating window resizable. It is easier to see than to explain, so here’s a video .
Moreover, Good Lock sigue manipulating Quick settings , which this time two additional buttons earn more: Sync and Ultra Power Saving . Also available there in the notification bar, you will find the bar Quick Connect.
The list of new features is closed with the function to create backup of your settings and restore them and a pretty impressive list of bugs fixed ranging from locks to changes in colors to make them more readable.
you can try Good Lock on compatible devices (Galaxy S7, S6 and Note 5 ) that are updated Android Marshmallow , installing from Galaxy Apps or bajándote APK places like APKMirror
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In Engadget Android | Samsung Good features Lock, the experiment may retire Touchwiz interface in a future
The news Samsung Good Lock with floating windows from notifications, adjustments faster and more was originally published in Engadget Android by Ivan Ramirez .
June 15, 2016
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