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Fun for the whole family!
Lightweight and easy to bring anywhere!
Sounds perfect to me...
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Just received the Update on my Galaxy S7 Edge. I like it very much - Everything seems to appear cleaner, and sharper. The notifications are in smaller text - Very good, since I tend to have quite a bit of them and now can see more at once on the lock screen. All in all, a very pleasant experience so far.
It updated on mine a couple of weeks ago. I am seriously impressed with the changes. Fonts are crisper. The notifications are a lot nicer. The edge panel has really improved performance wise. Folder management is a lot cleaner.
I disagree.. it's just meh, except the parts they totally botched.
* Flatter, duller, more meh look. They took a product that had a lot of visual appeal and made it all look meh.
* Settings, where'd they hide the settings? Ok, yeah, maybe that had to change.
* Microfonts for the notifications. The children will have no problem, but I need to get my reading glasses out just to read them because there's nothing to distinguish one notification from another except the text in that godawful microfont.
* Multiple steps needed to get to the notifications -- they group them, and then give a 3mmx3mm target to click on to expand the group.. I don't know about your fingers, but I'm an adult and mine are bigger than that.
* Completely botched the camera UI. There was nothing wrong with it, but now switching camera modes is an easter egg hunt. If they didn't want people to use the other camera modes, they should have just grown a pair and removed them outright.
The did add a few new features that are nice to have, like the blue reduction, but all in all, I'd rather have the old user interface back.
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