Samsung GAlaxy S4 Easy Mode

If the full Touch Wiz experience feels too confusing, Samsung is trying what others, such as Korean competitor Pantech, have done to simplify its take on Android with an easy mode.

Around in Samsung products since the Galaxy Note 2, easy mode, which you can start during the setup process or find later in the settings, replaces your home screens and reskins some critical apps (calendar, browser, contact list, and so on) to pare down the quantity of confusing options.

Easy Mode in the Galaxy S4 Easy Mode vastly simplifies the Android experience on the home screens and within certain key apps.

You’ll still get access to core apps and features, even some extra camera modes. The icons and fonts enlarge across the easy-mode apps, and the browser includes a plus/minus icon for further increasing the phone’s font size. The settings menu, however, remains the same, and it’s easy to toggle back and forth from the “light” interface to full-on Touch Wiz.



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