What Google doesn't give you, Samsung Labs will - get Android 10 features on your Galaxy right now5
One UI 2, Samsung added even more options, while at the same time working on integrating Android 10's navigation gestures whose role so far was only served by a Samsung app that can be downloaded from the Play Store.With the new
By posting these add-ons as separate apps, Samsung leaves it to users to decide whether they want to add more bloat functionality to their phone's interface, with a collection of actions and customization options it calls Good Lock. The approach shoots two birds with one stone - besides being an opt-in for experimental UI features, it also allows users with older or midrange Galaxy phones to preview some of the features that Google subsequently bakes into Android, like the navigation gestures.
SamMobile. While it's only out somewhere in the Dutch Galaxy Store at the moment, you can sideload it if you are interested to play with the four apps inside - File Guardian, Battery Tracker, Battery Guardian, and App Booster.As if to expand on Good Lock, Samsung now has another such suite of apps in the cooking, dubbed Galaxy Labs, reports
File Guardian lets you bring back deleted files from your phone’s storage, while App Booster "optimizes" the apps on your phone for faster start and performance somehow. As if to prove the "what Android doesn't give you, Samsung will" point, Battery Tracker offers a granulated overview of your pack's health and discharge rates for longer periods of time - something that is only coming to your older Galaxy with the Android 10 update.
If you are curious to experience it right now, and you are not in the land of windmills, sideload both the Galaxy Labs and Galaxy Labs Agent tools, and then any of the four utility apps that Samsung offers there at this point in time.