Samsung Focus is a productivity app that allows the Exchange ActiveSync, POP3, and IMAP users to manage contacts, memo, task, calendar and email in one place. This app is quite similar to the BlackBerry Hub. SamsungFocus is, however, more oriented towards the business users. This app can easily sync your contacts, emails, tasks, memos, calendars, and more. These features are only compatible with the Exchange servers. However, it is good to note that the email feature supports both the POP3 and IMAP.Samsung Focus allows you to join the conference calls with supported services. It also features a unified search for all data.Since most users expect a handful of notifications for memos, calendar events, tasks, and emails from Samsung focus, the application utilizes an unread count so that you can know the elements that you haven’t opened up.While the Samsung Focus, supports Samsung Galaxy handsets, they’re required to be running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The main screen will display all the upcoming events and some recent emails. You will also be able to manage invites and add calendar entries, as well as create memos so that you can remind yourself of specific tasks.Samsung Focus also enables you to customize your won notifications by choosing which contacts should get priority, but you can also prioritize notifications based on the selected keywords.Apart from these function, everything in the app has a Google Now style layout that’s pleasing to look at. It is also easy to navigate, you just have to press a button at the bottom of your screen to which between calendar, contacts, email and more.


  • Tasks and Memo sync
  • Unread badge
  • Unified search
  • Event and contacts sync
  • IMAP/POP and EAS protocol support.
  • Easy to join a conference call.
  • Direct push synchronization with Exchange ActiveSync.
This application is a big catch and it is worth giving it a try.
Source: AndroidHeadlines

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