Samsung launched its Cloud Storage service to the Android mobile users. You might be familiar with the Google’s backup service which backups installed apps list, WiFi passwords and other important settings of the Android smartphones.
Samsung Cloud launched as the direct competitor to the Google backup service. The cloud service continuously backups the data from native apps like Contacts, Calendar, and few third-party apps. So whenever you are planning to buy a new smartphone, Samsung Cloud helps you. You no need to worry about installing all the apps and configuring accounts.
While setting up the new phone, just sign in into your Samsung Cloud account, it automatically takes care of everything. It installs the apps you earlier used on your previous phone, restores contacts, messages, bookmarks, TouchWiz user interface settings, WiFi passwords and all the other important data to the new device.
Samsung Cloud is not similar to other universal cloud storage services. It doesn’t have any dedicated app on the Google Play Store. Instead, it installs as the OTA (Over The Air) update for your Samsung phone. Here remember that Samsung Cloud only supports Samsung Galaxy phones.
At present Samsung Cloud OTA update is started rolling out for Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge phones. Soon the same will be available for the other Samsung devices.