Recode is reporting that the Android app for the Samsung S7 Edge will include a new feature that lets you write a timer app for your phone.
According to Recode’s source, the new feature will allow you to set timers for different tasks and then share those tasks across multiple devices, including the S7, S7 edge, and Note 7.
The feature isn’t yet available on other Samsung devices, but the app should be available soon on the Note 7 and the Note 8.
In the app, you’ll be able to set reminders for various things, including watching videos and music, and the app will display information about the tasks you’ve been assigned to.
The app will also display your current battery status and your remaining battery life.
The Note 7, S8, and S8+ will also be able see the time you’re currently working on the task, so you can use the app to get an estimate on the battery life of your phone if it has less than half of its battery.
Recode has more details on the feature in the source.
The S7 is the first Samsung phone to come with the new 3-Day timer feature, which comes on top of the S6 and S7.
This means the S5, S6, S5 edge, S3, S4, and Samsung Note 3 all have the feature.
Recodes source claims that this feature is “a big deal for a lot of people.”
The feature works on the S8 and S9 and the S9+ with the addition of an extra alarm feature.
If you’re on a budget, you can also enable the feature on the Samsung Note 4, Note 5, and Galaxy Note 10.
Samsung says the feature works “in the background” to prevent you from accidentally opening apps and making changes to your settings.
Samsung has been using the new timers feature for a while now, and we expect the feature to make its way to the Note 9 in the future.