Users of Samsung's official notes app should download this update to see an improvement in the performance of the app.
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If not long ago I was telling you about the new update for Samsung Gallery, now it’s time for another of the company’s applications that comes pre-installed on all its mobile devices and tablets, as well as on laptops and Chromebooks.
The Notes app is essential for those who use the company’s ecosystem, allowing you to take and consult notes in the cloud, synchronizing them on any device. It’s not exclusive to Galaxy phones; any user can download it from the Google Play Store.
Support for One UI 6.0 and bug fixes
This week, the app has received a new update. Like with the Gallery, don’t expect a major update or new features, as it focuses on fixing bugs and improving performance and stability on different devices. It also adds support for One UI 6.0.
Now, Samsung Note is upgraded to version 220.127.116.11, with a size of 91.23MB, so you’ll need to have at least 100MB of free space on your phone. Additionally, to be able to update, you’ll need at least Android 9.
Samsung Notes can create and edit documents on mobile devices, tablets, or PCs and collaborate with others. Users can add annotations to PDFs using the S Pen and create documents with images or voice.
It can also be used by connecting documents with various applications such as PDF, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, etc.
To update your notes app, simply go to the Galaxy Store and see if it’s already available. If you use a phone other than a Galaxy, you can do it from the Google Play Store.
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