Data transferring from one IOS device to another is possible for long time, because iTunes and iCloud have own backups to support this transferring. Until two weeks ago, Samsung users were unable to do the same but now its cloud service has been introduced which enables the user transferring all data from old Samsung’s device to new one.
It is important to mention here that similar services were already available for Samsung users through using the Samsung Smart switch app allows transferring data from one device to another. Now, Samsung Cloud made it easier and no more depended upon switch app rather just needs an active internet connection. Samsung cloud is now available on all Samsung’s devices for using it storing and sharing the data.
Samsung Cloud service launches few days before the release data of Galaxy Note 7 which means it will be pre-installed with Samsung Cloud from its first launching day on 19th August. Cloud is released with the updated security for the month of August which also makes available Cloud service on Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Other models are also going to enjoy the Samsung Cloud services such as Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge + and Note 5. Cloud is an amazing service designed for Samsung users and now IOS users do not have the edge for this feature over Samsung users. The new security update brings the improvement in its software such as strengthening the security of Bluetooth and NFC performance.
You can update the software through following the steps, Go to the Settings, About Device and tap on System Update. The update file has a size of 151.89 MB and yes it can be manually downloaded. Samsung Cloud is definitely going to help you out for saving and sharing data anywhere internet connection is available.