Samsung Galaxy Buds gets new features in software update
Samsung recently rolled out a new software update for its Galaxy Buds, bringing more connectivity features from its premium True Wireless Stereo earphones, the Galaxy Buds+.
Through Microsoft Swift Pair, the Galaxy Buds can now be used for remote video meetings and music playback on Windows 10 PCs and laptops. It also ships compatibility across mobile devices via Swift Pair which allows users to connect and switch the wireless earphones on several devices.
Now with the Ambient Sound, users can still hear their surroundings even with the volume up. The feature also works when the earbuds are used both or separately to give more tuning options.
Remembering where you left off, its tap-and-hold gesture allows launching and music playback on Spotify. It can also play the user’s playlists on the said music streaming service with the same gesture control. To make it work, just go to the Touch Pad menu on the Galaxy Wearable app and make sure to download the latest version of Spotify to your phone.
The new software updates for the Galaxy Buds is now globally available for download.