This new version does not seem to add much new features and focuses on stability and bug fixes.
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We now have a new update for Samsung Cloud, the cloud storage service that comes pre-installed on all Galaxy phones. As we’ve mentioned several times in this space, the South Koreans are quite dedicated to improving their app ecosystem, and that’s something we appreciate.
From an information perspective, Samsung Cloud stands out as one of the best apps in the Galaxy ecosystem. It allows users to transfer their vital data to secure servers protected by Knox, making it easy to access information from anywhere and at any time. Personally, it’s something I use a lot in my daily routine along with Samsung Pass and Samsung Wallet; these two apps are essential on my Galaxy devices.
No Major Changes and an Error-Correction Focus
This latest update of Samsung Cloud, while not introducing new features, likely includes error corrections that will contribute to overall app performance improvement. As is customary, Samsung has not detailed its changelog, so we don’t know exactly what functions they have worked on in this case.
The Samsung Cloud update is labeled version 5.4.09.17 and has a file size of 22.62MB. It’s important to mention that access to the cloud is limited to the brand’s devices, meaning users of other Android devices won’t be able to install this update. However, those who own Galaxy devices can easily update the app through the Galaxy Store. If you encounter difficulties downloading it from the Google Play Store, there’s also the option to update it from an external source like APKMirror.
About Samsung Cloud
Samsung Cloud is a service that allows users to synchronize and back up information linked to their Samsung account and restore it at any time on their mobile device or tablet.
How Does Samsung Cloud Work?
Samsung Cloud operates as follows:
- Backup: It allows you to back up personal data, settings, and more to the Samsung Cloud storage.
- Synchronization: It enables seamless viewing of photos on all compatible Galaxy devices.
Restoration: It allows you to replace one compatible device with another while retaining the data.
How Can I Use Samsung Cloud?
Samsung Cloud comes pre-installed on Samsung devices by default. To use it, follow these steps:
Synchronization: Go to the device settings, tap on your Samsung account profile, select Samsung Cloud, and then you will see a list of applications with toggle buttons to enable or disable synchronization.
Backup/Restoration: Go to the device settings, tap on your Samsung account profile, select Samsung Cloud, and then you will see a list of options to back up or restore data.
How Can I Restore Backed-Up Data on My Previous Device?
When you run the setup wizard for the first time, you can restore backed-up data on your previous device by logging into your Samsung account.
Can I Use Samsung Cloud on Non-Samsung Devices?
No, Samsung Cloud is only available on Samsung devices.