Samsung Messaging App For Windows 10 Spotted On The Microsoft Store
There have been several ways to access messages through your desktop machines so far, but none of them are as useful as the one we have discovered recently. Samsung is in the process of designing and launching its own messaging app for the users of Microsoft Windows 10.
It has been found hanging up in the Microsoft store, but it is not yet ready for downloading anywhere or for any device. Therefore, neither Microsoft nor Samsung has announced anything in this regard officially. So we are not really sure when will it be available for popular use. All the information we have gathered is available in codes so far.
But the app is coming with some conditions and restrictions that would limit its access. You need to have Samsung smart device to use the app that is likely to give you the opportunity to send and receive messages through your desktop or laptop. In addition, it has also been found that the app will be hosted only by few selected devices including the Galaxy TabPro S, Galaxy Book 10.6 LTE, Galaxy Book 12 LTE, Galaxy Book 2, and the Galaxy Book Flex 2 5G.
It is also going to be useable with devices that can facilitate 4G LTE and 5G networks that aren’t in everybody’s reach as well.
It is not sure either if the company will consider making the app available for the users of Windows operating systems other than 10, and for its devices other than we have pointed out after learning about their privileged status. Nor can we say anything with certainty if the company will give a second thought to make the app available for the users of 3G and below.
But the step seems revolutionary in the tech world to make the management of other smartphone companies think about and design their own personal customized apps for their users to compete in this race that may bring back the traditional channel of messaging, bypassing third-party apps for a while.