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You can now use Samsung Flow on your Windows 10 PCs

Earlier this week, we reported that Samsung was updating the Samsung Flow app to let users it on any Windows 10 PC, while Samsung announced the update, it wasn’t made available over the course of the week. Now, the update has been made available for all Windows 10 PCs, allowing users to sync notifications, unlock […] Read More: You can now use Samsung Flow on your Windows 10 PCs
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