Samsung announced their partnership with Google and Android developers to provide a seamless fold experience on Galaxy Fold, its inaugural folding screen smartphone.
Since revealing Infinity Flex Display last year, Samsung has partnered with Google to establish a testing laboratory to try and ensure that their applications and services are optimally used for Galaxy Fold and the Android platform.
In addition, Google adds changes to Android 10 that offer an increased activity that can be adjusted, multi-resume functions and an updated Android Emulator, which is intended to help support the transfer of dual screen types.
According to Samsung, hundreds of applications have been optimized for Galaxy Fold, including services from a number of technology companies, such as Amazon Prime Video, App in the Air, Facebook, iHeartMedia, Microsoft, Spotify, Twitter, VSCO and many more.
Thanks to the new App Continuity and Multi-Active Windows feature, Galaxy Fold users can easily browse, watch, connect and do many activities.
The folding screen smartphone also allows users to switch from the front cover screen display to the main screen display and run multiple applications simultaneously.
All of the optimized applications and services have been released, and are now available in the Android ecosystem for Galaxy Fold on the Google Play Store and Galaxy Store, PhoneArena reported.