Samsung, together with Inrix, a information analytics firm, has announced 3 disdainful new apps and a home shade widget for a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge and a Gear S Tizen-based smartwatch that would yield trade and transport time information to users.
The ongoing Samsung Developer Conference 2014 eventuality in San Francisco (via PC Mag) saw a 3 new apps being announced, specifically, Car Mode, Morning!, and Inrix XD Traffic. The initial dual are for a Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, while a final is for a Gear S. Notably, a organisation also Inrix also suggested a My Places widget for a dual smartphones.
Car Mode is pronounced to make a Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge driver-friendly, featuring incomparable user interface for easy observation and also provides track updates to a Samsung user. The app additionally keeps a check on traffic, alerts users for any accidents on a comparison route, offers information on closest private parking, and any inexpensive petrol siphon nearby.
Morning! is also a smartphone app for a Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge that provides transport information to users along with a wakeup alarm functionality. The new My Places widget for Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge offers users combined transport information including best route, estimated time and more.
As for a Samsung Gear S smartwatch, a South Korean tech hulk and Inrix announced a Inrix XD Traffic app that gives alerts to users about when to leave in sequence to strech a end during a pre-selected time.
Inrix’s Vice President of Marketing, Jon Maron, during a eventuality stated, “By joining drivers by collaborations with partners and business like Samsung, we’re not usually creation navigation easier for Samsung device owners though formulating a network outcome that creates a roads work smarter for all drivers.”
At a keynote residence of a Samsung Developer Conference 2014 on Wednesday, a South Korean organisation also announced a new underline named Flow – that lets users pierce videos, calls, notifications and some-more from one Samsung device to another Samsung device seamlessly. The underline is similar to Apple’s Continuity for iOS and OS X Yosemite.