Samsung looks ready to consign the TouchWiz user interface to history, by finally giving it a new name.
Samsung hadn’t actively named the custom skin TouchWiz in years, but the name has stuck among critics and consumers.
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While this isn’t a major thing, it’s interesting to see Samsung take a step to remove TouchWiz from the modern lexicon.
Early on it became synonymous with phone makers over-egging the pudding when it comes to customizing Android.
Although the company has eased off a little in recent times, through the years Samsung’s UI’s have been criticised for so-called ‘bloatware’ and bespoke services that cause clutter for owners of its Galaxy phones.
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