Samsung updated the the previous generation Galaxy Buds with new features through a software update, right after its repricing. The update is now available starting today. These features are brought over from the newer Samsung Galaxy Buds+, and it’s great that Samsung decided to port these features over.
Easily Pair Galaxy Buds with Your PC
With Microsoft Swift Pair feature, you can now easily pair your Galaxy Buds to your Windows 10-based PC . This allows you to use the Galaxy Buds’ sound quality on your computer for work meetings, remote video meetings, or listening to music, and so on. With this update, the Galaxy Buds now support multiple pairing experiences across mobile and PC devices. This gives you freedom to easily switch between your favourite devices.
Tune In, or Out, of the World Around You
With this update, and for the first time on the Galaxy Buds, you can now experience Ambient Sound automatically. By simply putting your Buds on, you can now hear your surroundings and remain aware of the world around you, even when you’re watching movies or listening to your favorite tunes with the volume up. In addition, you can now experience Ambient Sound even with only one earbud in, giving you more options of how you tune in, or tune out, of your surrounding environment.
Instantly Listen to Your Personalized Playlist with a Single Press
Spotify users can now instantly listen to personalized music on their Galaxy Buds with a single press. Through a simple ‘Tap & Hold’ gesture, users can launch Spotify and start listening to music where ever you left off. Not feeling it? Tap and hold again and Spotify will recommend playlists just for you so you can effortlessly discover your new favorite song through your Galaxy Buds. With these updates, you can start playing your personal soundtrack instantly, as soon as you need it – whether you’re starting a workout or starting your day.
For more information about Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Buds+, you can check them out with the links below. To check out our review of the Samsung Galaxy Buds+, check it out here.