Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Opportunity to explore Samsung Galaxy AI features with Try Galaxy

Samsung has brought important updates to the Try Galaxy application. This update offers users the opportunity to experience the latest Galaxy AI features without the need to switch devices. Try Galaxy now offers users new features such as Live Translation, Chat Assistant, Notes Assistant, Photo Assistant, and Circle to Search with Google, allowing consumers to experience them without owning a Galaxy S24 Ultra or other members of the series.

Explore Galaxy AI with the Try Galaxy app

The updated Try Galaxy app mimics a Galaxy S24 home screen, offering users a real Galaxy experience. When entering the application, users have the chance to use the latest interface through interactive content and information. The new widget, located on the second page of the home screen, introduces the AI-supported key features and advanced camera tools of the Galaxy S24 Series. By tapping on the features, users can watch short promotional videos explaining how they are used in daily life.

Try Galaxy introduces the following artificial intelligence features to users:

  • Live Translation: Its real-time and two-way translation feature offers voice and text translations supported in 13 different languages. This allows users to communicate without language barriers.
  • Note Assistant: It offers features such as editing notes, summarizing and spell checking. Long texts are made easier to review.
  • Chat Assistant: The communication quality of users increases with the ability to adjust the tone of text messages and translate messages into 13 different languages.
  • Photo Assistant: It offers creative editing features such as the ability to resize, position and arrange objects in photos.
  • Circle to Search with Google: Users can search for anything by drawing a circle on the screen. This feature allows you to quickly research what you see on social media.

Try Galaxy also introduces the advanced camera features of the Galaxy S24 Series. Features such as Nightography Zoom, Super Steady and Portrait mode help users improve their shooting techniques. The app also includes features such as learning about the Galaxy ecosystem, seamless connectivity between multiple devices, and reading body composition with Samsung Health.

According to Samsung, the Try Galaxy application, which has been downloaded more than 18 million times since its launch in 2022, is now available to all Android device users. Users can explore the latest Galaxy AI features and innovations brought by One UI 6.1. You can download the updated Try Galaxy application from

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