New Samsung Gear S3 and Gear Sport update brings new exercises, simplifies sleep notifications

Samsung Gear S3
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HIGHLIGHTS
Samsung just released update for
their Gear S3 and other Gear Sport devices
 20 indoor workouts and tracks 39 different

types of exercise came with the new update of Samsung Gear

Samsung has released a new update for Gear S3 and Gear Sport devices, which claims that the Galaxy Watch will increase the variants with the function. Updates claim your welfare, intuitive navigation, a better communication experience and new ways to see new partnership possibilities.

Update 20 brings indoor workouts and tracks 39 different types of exercise. Eight workouts are listed by default and users can customize the tasks they want to see. Samsung Gear S3 and Sport can now record a series of activities, and the results of your workout will be available for viewing at the end of your workout.

Updates also simplify sleeping information that users receive after waking up in the morning. Users can tap on “View details” for a more detailed breakdown of their sleep time and more. It also supports the Sleep widget, which provides detailed sleep data on tap.

Theater mode can keep the clock silent mode, turn off the screen, mute all kinds of alerts. On the other hand, Goodnight mode mutes all alerts except the alarm and the system sound, and always closes the watch on and wake-up gestures.

The update further supports automatic playback for animated images in a message or conversation. It now adds over 1500+ emojis, across nine categories. It will also display the nine recently-used emojis to keep favourite emojis handy.
Samsung Gear S3 users can now perform in-call multitasking. It allows users to use other features and open other apps while on the call. New partnerships are also coming to the Gear S3 and Gear Sport including support apps like Tidal and C25K program. Tidal is a subscription-based music, podcast and video streaming service.
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