Samsung has already trickled out Marshmallow updates to some of its devices like the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge, bringing all the Google features we have come to expect like Doze, improved app permissions and Google Now on Tap. Along with these changes, Samsung has also thrown in its own extra tweaks for the Galaxy devices.
Samsung has posted a new update detailing the changes that users will be able to access after the update, with notable improvements being to its own browser’s security, multi-tasking and a lot more. On the web browser part, a new Secret mode will be added by Samsung Internet 4.0, which will allow users to surf the internet freely, without information like cookies, history or any sort of data being tracked. Additionally, the new feature will be fingerprint secured, which more a second layer of security.
Furthermore, Samsung will introduce a Cross App, which will give users the ability to operate different apps directly from within an individual app. For instance, users will having access to their photos and videos from within the contacts app or opening a link within a messaging app using an in-app browser, and being able to switch back and forth from the web to the conversation with just a tap. Full the full details click the post link.