The news application Samsung Free, included in all mobile phones after the disappearance of Samsung Daily, has just received a juicy news: listen to podcasts without leaving the application. Through a new ‘Listen’ tab, owners of some American Samsung Galaxy no longer need a dedicated podcast app.
Listening to podcasts on your mobile is so common that most streaming applications have already introduced them among their functions. Spotify, Deezer … Even Samsung has enhanced its ecosystem with listening to podcasts so your users don’t have to search for another app. For this he has chosen Samsung Free, the app that deals with offering news on the left side of the desks.
Samsung Free: news, instant apps and now podcasts
The Samsung Free application replaced Samsung Daily with the jump to One UI 3. This app works like Google Discover: offers a news corner with personalized information based on interests. In addition, it has other tabs; like ‘Listen’, the new option to discover podcasts.
As Android Police reference, Samsung Free has begun to offer the ‘Listen’ tab in its application, although only in the United States. Citizens of that country can discover a selection of podcasts directly on your Samsung Galaxy and without searching for them. In addition, it is also possible to listen to these podcasts without leaving Samsung Free: just play them and they will remain in the background as if they were heard from a music app.
To listen to podcasts from Samsung Free it is essential have an American mobile phone of the brand, you also need a Samsung account. In addition, at the moment it is valid for a few high-end models: Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
The content offered by Samsung Free is currently related to current affairs, humor, culture, events and sports. The application will offer content based on the user’s selected tastes, just like it does with news. And we do not know if it will expand the service beyond the United States: for now he will stay in that country.
Via | Android Police