Samsung will introduce quick share to Windows 10

Samsung has been expected to release new apps for Windows 10, includes Quick Share, to share videos, images, and files transfer from Galaxy phone to desktop.

Samsung provides three apps: Quick Share, Samsung O, and Samsung Free. The Microsoft Store is expected to offer all three apps.

Quick Share

Samsung Quick Share can support Galaxy users quickly share videos, images, and files on laptops and desktops running On windows 10. As long as you have one UI 2 on the phone, you could share media content, Bluetooth, or phones with Samsung's SmartThings network. Reports indicate that only certain Windows 10 devices have already Quick Share enabled.


Samsung Free

In fact, Samsung would also launch Samsung Free for Windows 10, which will be a big update if this report comes true. Samsung Free does have a single simple application of TV programs, games, and news. In the Samsung Free's Watch, a wonderful service finally started on smartphones, you can run a lot of TV channels through Samsung's TV Plus. The segment Read incorporates the newest games and provides free games in several news outlets in the section Play.

Samsung O

Samsung is even making some for Windows 10 called Samsung O. The software isn't entirely obvious, but it's rumored to be some sort of clone program. Samsung O would be available also in Microsoft Store in the next several days.


It seems like the relationship between Samsung and Microsoft was solid. The two major corporations revealed a long-standing strategic alliance back in August last year 'to deliver consistent performance experience through platforms, software, and services.' We will need to wait until the announcement of more information about the products.