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Samsung
Samsung
Experience (styled SAMSUNG Experience) is the user interface Samsung
Samsung
uses on its Galaxy-branded phones, based on Android. Its original name was TouchWiz, being changed in late-2016 on a beta build of Android Nougat
Android Nougat
on the Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy S7 family.[1]

Contents

1 History

1.1 TouchWiz 1.2 Trademark

2 Features

2.1 Home screen 2.2 Edge UX

2.2.1 Edges 2.2.2 Edge panels 2.2.3 Quick tools 2.2.4 Edge feeds

2.3 Grace UX 2.4 Always-on display 2.5 File
File
Manager 2.6 Game Launcher 2.7 Bixby

2.7.1 Keyword

2.8 S Pen (exclusive to the Galaxy Note)

2.8.1 Air Command

3 Version history 4 Phones running Samsung
Samsung
Experience

4.1 Smartphones 4.2 Tablets

5 References

History[edit] TouchWiz[edit] Main article: TouchWiz TouchWiz
TouchWiz
was the former name Samsung
Samsung
used for its UI and icons. It was originally released on June 4, 2010, for the Galaxy S smartphone.[2][3] Reviewers had criticized Samsung
Samsung
for including too many features and bloat, especially in the Galaxy S4, which included what many users called a Samsung
Samsung
"feature creep".[4] In the following years, though, Samsung
Samsung
had incrementally removed the bloatware and extra features, until TouchWiz
TouchWiz
was no longer recognized as TouchWiz, leading them to rename it.[5] Trademark[edit] On December 15, 2016, Samsung
Samsung
registered a trademark for the name " Samsung
Samsung
Experience," along with a logo.[1] Features[edit] Home screen[edit] Samsung
Samsung
Experience makes several changes to Android's default homescreen. The apps icon is on the bottom right of the screen instead of the bottom middle, the Google Now
Google Now
search bar is just below the middle of the screen instead of at the top, and there is a weather widget (provided by The Weather Channel
The Weather Channel
or AccuWeather
AccuWeather
in select countries or devices) at the top right corner of the screen. In addition, a user can edit the apps grid layout.[6] Edge UX[edit] The "Edge" (curved glass at the edge of the screen) was originally introduced in the Galaxy Note Edge, and popularized with the Galaxy S6 Edge. Edges[edit] The tasks edge gives users a shortcut to commonly utilized tasks, such as making a phone call to a certain contact, setting a timer, and creating an event in S Planner. It is an assortment of icons (e.g. contact pictures [with phone, messaging, or mail icons], an app icon with a plus symbol on its bottom right corner, or a photo [from your library] masked in the shape of a circle [with the gallery icon on the bottom right corner]) on the right of the screen.[7] The people edge allows the user to add 5 different contacts to display on the screen, for quick access to functions such as calling, texting, and emailing. It displays the contact's name and photo.[7] The apps edge displays ten of a user's most frequently used apps, with five in two columns. A user can also add a complete folder to the screen.[7]

A Galaxy S7 phone in the process of switching from the Yahoo! finance panel to the Apps edge panel.

Edge panels[edit] Yahoo! sports, finance, and news are panels that are included with the phone.[7] A user can download extra panels for ease of use, such as an RSS reader, Twitter trends, and CNN News.[8] Quick tools[edit] With quick tools, the Edge transforms into a ruler, compass, or flashlight.[7] Edge feeds[edit] When a user swipes the edge of the screen and the screen is off, the edge display turns on and displays missed calls, the current time, weather, and news.[9] Grace UX[edit] First released with the Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Note 7 for Android Marshmallow, the Grace UX was named after the device's codename, and eventually made its way to older devices, including the Galaxy Note 5 through an update (Korea and eventually to other countries), and the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge through the official Android Nougat
Android Nougat
update. The Grace UX features a cleaner, flatter look to iconography and extensive use of white space. TouchWiz
TouchWiz
Grace UX devices also benefit from the Secure Folder functionality, which enables users to keep certain data, and even apps, behind a secure password. In addition, for most countries, all the languages that were absent from previous versions ( Android Marshmallow
Android Marshmallow
or earlier) will be available in this release, starting with the Galaxy Tab S3. Always-on display[edit]

The always-on display on the Galaxy S7 Edge, displaying the time and the calendar.

Only single pixels are illuminated when the always-on display is active. The screen will display the current time, the calendar, or a selected image. There are different styles for each option (the clock has 7 styles, the calendar has 2 styles, and the image has 3 styles).[10] The Always-on Display is available on Galaxy A (2017) series, Galaxy S7/S7 edge, Galaxy S8/S8+, Galaxy J7 (2017)/J7 Pro/J7+(or C7 2017), Galaxy C5/C7/C9 Pro, Galaxy Note 7/FE/Galaxy Note 8, and Galaxy S9/S9+ devices only. File
File
Manager[edit] Samsung
Samsung
includes a file manager with its Galaxy phones, unlike stock Android.[11] Game Launcher[edit] Any game that a user downloads is combined into a single folder. In that folder, one can optimize frame rate and resolution.[12] It includes Game Tools, a button that appears when a user is playing a game. When tapped, it can mute notifications, turn off the capacitive keys, minimize the game, screenshot, and record gameplay.[12] Bixby[edit] Bixby is an assistant that launched with the Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy S8. It replaces S Voice
S Voice
on Samsung
Samsung
phones and has three parts, including Bixby Voice, Bixby Vision and Bixby Home. Bixby Voice can be triggered by saying "Hey Bixby" or pressing and holding the button located below the volume rocker, dubbed the Bixby Button. Bixby Vision is built into the camera app and can "see" what one can see as it is essentially an augmented reality camera that can identify objects in real time, search for them on various services, and offer the user to purchase them if available. Bixby is also able to translate text, read QR codes and recognize landmarks.[13] Bixby Home can be found by swiping to the right on the home screen. It is a vertically scrolling list of information that Bixby can interact with, for example, weather, fitness activity, and buttons for controlling their smart home gadgets.[13] Keyword[edit] Bixby can do tasks related to a single keyword. For example, a simple "Good Night" can request the device to turn to silent mode and turn on the Night Mode display. S Pen (exclusive to the Galaxy Note)[edit] Air Command[edit] The S Pen includes features such as:

Air Command: A collection of shortcuts that appear when the S Pen is taken out. Smart Select: Create custom GIFs. Samsung
Samsung
Notes: The user can take notes, draw, annotate, with a wide selection of brushes, pens, and colors. Live Message: The user can draw custom emojis, make animated GIFs, or write messages on photos. Screen Off Memo: Capture notes when the screen is off. Glance: Have two apps open simultaneously and switch back and forth with ease. Magnify: Take a closer look whenever you need to. Translate: Translate words or sentences, and convert currencies and measurement units.

Version history[edit]

Version Release date Features

Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8 (modified TouchWiz
TouchWiz
Grace UX)

January 19, 2017 Redesigned UI

Consistent iconography. More sophisticated look.

Updated Edge UX

New Task edge options.

Tilt to Unlock

Tilt the phone upwards to unlock it.

Updated Always-On Display

Third-party app and calendar notifications. Custom signature. Screen-off memo. Additional clock styles.

Samsung
Samsung
Cloud

15 GB free cloud storage.

Additions to Theme Store

Now includes support for icon packs.

Blue-light filter

Adjust warmth of light on the screen.

Wide Selfie

Selfie with a field of view of up to 120ΒΊ degrees.

Other

Supports more than 100 system languages.

Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (released with Galaxy S8) April 21, 2017 Altered design

Outline iconography Other tweaks

DeX

Connect the Galaxy S8 to a monitor, keyboard and mouse for a desktop experience.

Bixby (exclusive to Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note FE)

Intelligent interface that learns from you to help you do more. It works with select apps like email and messages, serves up reminders and can help you understand your settings and set up your Samsung devices.

Bixby Vision (exclusive to Galaxy S8)

Translate foreign languages, scan business cards, scan QR codes, through camera

Samsung
Samsung
Connect support

Control smart appliances

Other

Swipe up for App Drawer Redesigned settings pane

[13][14][15]

Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (released with Galaxy Note 8) September 15, 2017 App Pair (exclusive to Galaxy Note 8)

Open two apps at once using Multi Window

Expanded S Pen features (exclusive to Galaxy Note 8)

Glance, magnify, and translate

Facial and Iris recognition improvements (exclusive to Galaxy Note 8)

More efficient, and faster

More stable UI

No frame drops Improved user experience

Samsung
Samsung
Experience 9 February 8, 2018[16] Bixby

"Bixby briefing" gives updates on weather when an alarm rings

Dual Messenger

Install a second copy of a message account to use with a separate account

Finder

Faster results Search results from Contacts, Settings, My files, Messages, and Email shown in cards New results from Galaxy Apps and Google
Google
Play

Home

Redesigned Quick Shortcuts Notification badges on app icons and the panel are synced.

Quick Panel

Manage notifications for each app with notification categories Icons will be shown at the bottom of the notification panel for notifications that aren't currently visible

Samsung
Samsung
Cloud

View and manage photos and notes only stored in Samsung
Samsung
Cloud Store any type of file in Samsung
Samsung
Cloud Drive Open from home screen

Samsung
Samsung
Connect

Manage devices and scenes with cards Automations based on time, status, and location

Samsung
Samsung
Keyboard

Improved settings Keyboard toolbar (customization) GIF keyboard More emojis More high contrast options are available

Other

Improved system performance More Edge screen features DeX improvements Find My Mobile improvements Color Lens Email improvements

[17][18]

Phones running Samsung
Samsung
Experience[edit] Smartphones[edit]

Device Version

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy S5 Neo (SM-G903W8)[19] Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
5.1 ( Android 5.1.1
Android 5.1.1
"Lollipop") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and S7 Active Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
6.0 (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.0 (Android 7.0 "Nougat") Under development: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 9.0 (Android 8.0.0 "Oreo")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy S8 and S8+ Original: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 9.0 (Android 8.0.0 "Oreo")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy S9 and S9+ Samsung
Samsung
Experience 9.0 (Android 8.0.0 "Oreo")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Note FE (Note 7) Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Note 8 Original: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 9.0 (Android 8.0.0 "Oreo")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Feel ( NTT DoCoMo
NTT DoCoMo
version) Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy A9 Pro (2016) Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
6.0 (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy A8 (2016) Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
Grace UX (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 (2017) Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
Grace UX (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy A8 (2018) Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy A8+ (2018) Original: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat") Under development: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 9.0 (Android 8.0.0 "Oreo")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J5 (2016) Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
6.0 (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J7 (2016) Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J7 Prime / Galaxy On7 (2016) Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
6.0 (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J3/J3 Pro, J5/J5 Pro, J7/J7 Pro (2017) Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J7 Max (2017) / On Max (2017) Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J7 Nxt/J7 Core/J7 Neo Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J2 Pro (2018) Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy C9 Pro Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
Grace UX (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy C7 Pro Original: Touchwiz
Touchwiz
Grace UX (Android 6.0.1 "Marshmallow") Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.1 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy C7 (2017) (also known as Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy J7+) Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")

Tablets[edit]

Device Model number Version

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab S2 (8.0 and 9.7) - 2015 and 2016 versions All (Except T819C, T815C, T719C,)[20]

Original: TouchWiz
TouchWiz
5.0 (Android 5.0.2 ''Lollipop'' - 2015 version) TouchWiz
TouchWiz
6.0 (Android 6.0.1 ''Marshmallow'' - 2016 version) Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.0 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab S3 SM-T820; SM-T825 Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.0 (Android 7.0 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab A 8.0 With S-Pen LTE (SM-P355)[21]

SM-T350; SM-T355 SM-P350; SM-P355

Original: TouchWiz
TouchWiz
5.0 (Android 5.0.2 ''Lollipop'') Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")[22]

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab A 9.7[23][24] SM-T550, SM-T555 SM-P550, SM-P555

Original: TouchWiz
TouchWiz
5.0 (Android 5.0.2 ''Lollipop'') Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")[25]

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017) Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab A2 S SM-T380; SM-T385 Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab Active 2[26] SM-T390; SM-T395 Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")

Samsung
Samsung
Galaxy Tab E [27][28][29] SM-T377x; SM-T560NU Original: TouchWiz
TouchWiz
5.0 ( Android 5.1.1
Android 5.1.1
''Lollipop'') Upgradeable: Samsung
Samsung
Experience 8.5 (Android 7.1.1 "Nougat")

Note that this list is not exhaustive. References[edit]

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Preceded by TouchWiz Samsung
Samsung
Experience 2016/2017 Succeeded by Current

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