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Samsung Galaxy Fold supports 'hundreds' of apps including Facebook

Samsung has worked with Google to support 'hundreds' of apps on its Galaxy Fold

By Anthony Garreffa on Sep 10, 2019 09:11 am CDT - 0 mins, 42 secs reading time

Samsung is close to re-launching its first foldable smartphone in the revised Galaxy Fold in the coming weeks, and now news is breaking that the company worked with Google on foldable apps for the Galaxy Fold.

Samsung Galaxy Fold supports 'hundreds' of apps including Facebook | TweakTown.com

Samsung worked with both Google and Android developers in order for "hundreds" of apps to be optimized for the Galaxy Fold, with the likes of Amazon Prime Video, Facebook, Spotify and Twitter all joining the fray. They are some of the largest apps in the world, so it's a big deal that they'll work on Samsung's new halo smartphone.

Also remember that Google has released Android 10 (formerly named Android Q) which has improved foldable phone support, but the Galaxy Fold won't launch with Android 10. We should expect a solid launch that will hopefully only improve moving into Android 10 and the Galaxy Fold 2 in 2020.

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