Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 is one of the most feature-rich Android smartphones we’ve seen in a while. Aside from the many pre-loaded apps, included, it also has dozens of supported gestures, motion control options, and voice commands. Samsung tries to help new owners out by including a screen at the end of the set up process with toggles and explanations for everything. We applaud that, but a huge list of features right when you first get a phone can be daunting. There are multiple levels to some of these features and a few that aren’t listed and hidden in settings menus. You could spend hours and hours going through them on your own, or you can read this handy guide to the best of them.Gestures, Voice, and Motion ControlAir Gesture: If waving your hand over your phone to control it seems silly, you might be tempted to skip the Air Gesture settings altogether. Our advice: don’t. The Air Browse function might not appeal, but the ability to answer a call and turn the speakerphone on by just waving a hand over the phone is useful and pretty cool. We also suggest trying Quick Glance – wave your hand over the screen… Read full this story
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