One of the most widely-known, and at the same time one of the least-appreciated, features of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is the addition of the Smart Tab. The Smart Tab allows you to create tabs on your home screen. You can even drag tabs onto other home screens and move them around the home screen on the fly.
It’s a great feature, and it’s one that I wouldn’t mind seeing on a lot of other mobile devices. I mean, I’d love to be able to create tabs on my phone, too. But it doesn’t work like that on the Galaxy S7. The Smart Tab can only be moved on the phone or tab itself. So if you want to create a tab on your phone, you have to use the Tab and a separate app on your phone.
Tabbed browsing works only on the Galaxy S7. You can’t drag tabs onto other home screens unless you have a separate Tab app installed.
The Smart Tab seems to be quite different compared to the regular tab that we all know and love. The Smart Tab is basically a tabbed browsing app with an added touch screen, which is why I mentioned its different. In addition, the Smart Tab app is also able to show you the content of all the other tabs. So like the regular tab, you can easily move around the tabs with the touch screen.
Unlike a regular tab, which is meant to hold a specific set of tabs, the Smart Tab app is meant to show you everything you’ve open. This includes tabs from all apps you have installed on your computer. It also allows you to pin tabs from other apps to your own. You can even use the app to show all the tabs on your screen at once.
The only issue with the Smart Tab app is that it is extremely hard to use. The only way to pin a tab is to open the app and swipe on the tab to set it off. The app is even more cumbersome than the regular tab, since it really requires you to get used to the touch screen layout.
Tabbed apps are a bit similar to smart tabs. However they aren’t as customizable, so you will have to get used to a touch-screen layout. In the future you might be able to get around that by not using the app, but for now you have to use it to get around the app.
The feature that really makes Tabbed apps shine is the ability to create new tabs, and then pin them to the top of the screen, in which case you can then swipe to the right to select a tab and then swipe to the left to select the same tab. This feature is very useful when you want to use the app in a pinch, since you can swipe between tabs rather than having to open the app.
This also allows you to have more than one app on the screen at one time, since you can swipe between them. For instance, you can have something like a social networking app and then another one that will allow you to check your email, but also track your movement and use your phone for GPS. Tabbed apps are a great way to interact with the app as you go, and I look forward to how future versions of Tabbed App will incorporate these features.
Swiping between tabs is a rather neat way to transition between apps. It’s a simple concept, but one that could prove quite useful in the future.