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[Update: Maybe not] Samsung will limit how long you can use free themes in Android Pie

Themes have been a part of Samsung phones for a while now and they make it easy to change up the look of the UI. The Theme Store has tons of themes to choose from, many of them being free. A new change coming with the Android Pie update will limit the amount of time...

We’ve got the One UI closed beta for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Snapdragon)

One UI is Samsung's latest customized build of Android based on the latest Android dessert, Android 9 Pie. One UI is currently only in beta for the Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S9+, and Samsung Galaxy Note 9, but our friends at firmware.science managed to get a copy of the in-development, closed beta One UI...

Samsung One UI Initial Review – Android Pie Re-invented for Big Screens

For the past few weeks, I have used the One UI beta on my Samsung Galaxy Note 9. There's a lot to say about the new direction Samsung is taking with their software, but I think it's important to start with an introduction to Samsung’s custom Android software experience over the years. Samsung's early software...

Samsung releases their third One UI beta for the Galaxy S9

Samsung's One UI, which is their new UI based on Android Pie, began rolling out in beta form a few weeks ago. One UI is the biggest design change we've seen from Samsung software in a very long time. One UI has a focus on one-hand usability and adds a system-wide dark mode, among other...

[Update: US too] Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s One UI beta (Android Pie) goes live in India and Germany

One UI is Samsung's rebranding of Samsung Experience 10, and is based on Android 9 Pie. One UI features a massive UI overhaul with an emphasis on ease-of-use, especially with a single hand and a system-wide dark theme. The One UI beta program from Samsung allows interested users to try out the new UX before it rolls...

Samsung lists new features coming to Galaxy phones in 2019

Samsung is the largest Android OEM in the world which means they have a lot of users. All of these users have features they want to request or improvements to recommend. Samsung looks over their Samsung Members community forums for the best new features to think about adding to their devices. Today, Samsung posted a...

One UI beta sign-ups now available for some US Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 users

We have some great news for owners of the U.S. unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9: It appears that Samsung has opened up the One UI beta. One UI is Samsung's rebranding of Samsung Experience 10 and is based on Android Pie. It features a massive UI overhaul with an emphasis on one-handed ease-of-use and a...

How to install the One UI beta on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+

Samsung recently launched their latest One UI beta for the Exynos Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. One UI is Samsung's newest version of Samsung Experience, formally TouchWiz, based on Android Pie. This beta was launched in Germany, South Korea, and the United States. The US has been a bit luckier and all the Snapdragon...

One UI Beta (Android Pie) is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

One of Samsung's most recent, outstanding announcements hasn't been a new phone or a new chipset. They've also showcased a complete reimagining of their user interface, called One UI. One UI is based on Android Pie and it can be considered a successor or evolution to Samsung's current Samsung Experience. After all, it's one of...

[Update: Samsung says they will] Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 reportedly won’t get Samsung’s new One UI interface

While the center of attention of yesterday's Samsung Developer Conference was Samsung's Infinity Flex technology on their foldable smartphone, Samsung also took to the stage to officially present "One UI", a re-imagining of their design language which is coming with the Android Pie update on the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 9. There was...

One UI, Samsung’s new Android Pie software, improves One-Handed use and adds a system-wide Dark Theme

At this year's Samsung Developer Conference, we finally caught a glimpse at the long-awaited smartphone with a foldable display. The device features a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED "cover" display which, when unfolded, reveals a 7.6-inch Super AMOLED "Infinity Flex" main display. In conjunction with Google, Samsung introduced the concept of "foldables" to the Android ecosystem. But...