Samsung has today confirmed that its Removing Ads from its Stock Apps Later this Year. They mentioned that they are going to stop showing ads in the default apps a Samsung device comes with. These apps include Samsung Pay, Samsung weather, and Samsung theme. This follows comments made by its mobile chief TM Roh in an internal town hall meeting that was reported by Yonhap.
Apparently, Samsung has made a decision to cease the advertisement on proprietary apps including Samsung weather, Samsung pay, and Samsung theme. According to The Verge, the company said in a statement to them that the update will be ready by later this year. The company’s priority is to deliver innovative mobile experiences for its consumers based on their needs and wants.
Samsung has confirmed that its Removing Ads from its Stock Apps Later this Year
In The Verge review of this year’s Samsung Galaxy s21 Ultra, they said that it was unforgivable for Samsung to choose to show the kind of ad that’s normally at the bottom of a crappy overloaded website in its default weather app. Of course, there is an option that you can use to dodge or disable these ads and switch to non-Samsung versions of each app. However, you should not be expected to have to do that after spending over a thousand dollars on a flagship smartphone.
Is the One UI the Same on all Samsung Phones
While all Samsung devices use the One UI, the UI may be different. The functions available on the device may vary depending on the device country, region, the version of One UI, and carrier. Note, the One UI helps enhance your daily tasks with intuitive UI experiences that maximize convenience and efficiency across various Galaxy devices, including mobile phones, tablets, watches, and PC.
The ads displayed in Samsung default apps are one of the reasons why Samsung clean One UI software has started to feel messy over the past year. While Samsung has confirmed they will be removing the ads shown on their default apps, they have however not specified a date for when the ads will be removed.