Using Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ is super fun because this smartphone has so many awesome options and features that you can set as you like. The edge screen has a wide range of great uses. We already explained how to set a primary side for the edge display because all the great things and features cannot appear on both sides. To access your favorite contacts with ease, you can use the People Edge feature which certainly is one of the most useful features. We all have a few favorite apps, for some people it can be the camera app, a game or a productivity app, and some can’t live without Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. To create shortcuts for your favorite apps, you can use Apps Edge on your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and we are going to show you how to do just that.
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How to use Apps Edge on your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
With the Apps Edge, you will get a quick access to your favorite applications via the edge screen. When you swipe to open the feature designed for your favorite contacts, People Edge, you will see that you can swipe again to open another feature, App Edge.
First, you need to make sure this option is turned on. To do that, just go to Settings, touch Edge screen and then tap on Apps Edge. It should be enabled.
To create shortcuts for your favorite apps, go to Settings > Edge screen > Apps Edge and tap Add application to choose the apps you love and use the most. You can add five of your favorite apps.
If you change your mind and want to remove one of the apps later and add another one, swipe from the edge screen and the People edge will show up, then swipe again and Apps Edge will appear. Tap and hold the app you want to change, and drag it towards the top of the screen to the “Remove” icon and release the app. The app will be removed. To add another app, just tap on the (+) Add app icon, and choose one of the applications from the list.
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