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Samsung Galaxy S4 hidden features via menu

Even though you may have watched several Samsung Galaxy S4 reviews, it’s more than likely that there are still many features that are unknown to you. However, with a little more research it will not take long before you can truly unleash the power of Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S4 hidden features — In order to find these you will first have to navigate to the Samsung Galaxy S4 hidden menu, which many of us would not know exist. However, thanks to these videos below you will be able to improve your S4 without the need to download and install any unnecessary apps.

The first video shows the Samsung Galaxy S4 toggles, which allows you to make changes to several settings. If you swipe down you will see some notifications, but then you have to press again to access even more settings. However, one of the neat Galaxy S4 hidden tricks is to swipe down with two fingers, and there you will see a greater selection of functions.

How cool will it be to use two apps at the same time, well you can with this next Galaxy S4 hidden innovation, as it makes it much easier to multitask thanks to Multi-View? You can watch a YouTube video while checking your emails, or Facebook, as well as other apps.

The Galaxy S4 comes with two modes, Standard and Easy, so how do you turn on Easy Mode? This is easy to switch between the two modes, as explained in the third video below.

How many times have you been cold and so need to wear gloves, only to find out that you are unable to use your smartphone touchscreen? Okay, so we know you can purchase special gloves, but you don’t get much choice. It’s for this reason why there is a special Galaxy S4 setting to make the touchscreen more sensitive, allowing you to control your S4 while still wearing your favorite gloves.

There are far more hidden Galaxy S4 features, but these are just a handful of those we find the most interesting.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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