Samsung has announced Samsung Flow, and from the looks of it, Samsung Flow works in a very similar way to Apple’s Continuity which launched with iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite.
The video below shows how Samsung Flow works, it lets you pick up where you left off when you swap devices, and Samsung is making the feature available to their developers.
Samsung FLOW is a platform that enables developers to create seamless transitions across devices, so that people can change devices in the midst of an activity and continue right from where they left off.
By letting developers easily and seamlessly transport the user’s state and data across devices and applications, today we realize the vision of seamless work across all of our devices. Using peer to peer communications, FLOW enables this capability whether you are at home, at the beach, or at 30,000 feet.
Just like Apple’s Continuity, Samsung Flow will let you transfer an activity from one device to another, you can find out more information about Flow at the link below, the service is only available to developers at the moment, Samsung have not revealed when it will launch for everyone else.
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