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Samsung Bixby: Say Less, Do More

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Say Less, Do More

Bixby frees you to focus on what matters the most. It learns what you like to do and works with your favourite apps and services to help you get more done. Just say what you want, and Bixby will deliver. Find out more here: https://www.samsung.com/uk/apps/bixby/

 

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Superuser I
Superuser I
I always was sceptic about Bixby and especially after the 2.0 update, but as Bixby grows smarter I tend to like it more - Even if it doesn't speak my native language
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I'm loving Bixby a lot, very helpful.

 

The thing is I listen to and buy music on my Apple Music app as Spotify and Music for purchase on Google Play are not available in my region (you better attend to that). I can, however, never get Bixby to start playing music on my Apple Music app even with the most explicit of instructions to do so and there is no way of teaching it how, resulting in me not using it much. May you provide an option to teach it how to carry out commands it can't process right now. It would be of great help.

First Poster

Why can't we have the Bixby Routines facility on the Note 9?

First Poster

@SjorsK wrote:
I always was sceptic about Bixby and especially after the 2.0 update, but as Bixby grows smarter I tend to like it more - Even if it doesn't speak my native language

never get Bixby to start playing music on my Apple Music app even with the most explicit of instructions to do so and there is no way of teaching it how, resulting in me not using it much. May you provide an option to teach it how to carry out commands it can't process right now. It would be of great help

Superuser I
Superuser I
To prevent some confusion: I'm not a Samsung Employee

For specefic apps the developers have to implement support for Bixby, in the case of Apple I kinda do expect that they will never implement support (Because, lets be honest: They prefer it if you buy a smartphone from them ).

As long the apps support it you can train it by simply using it
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Bixby might be less of a priority for Samsung in 2019. Unlike its last several flagship phones, the Galaxy Note 10 does not include a dedicated Bixby button. Instead, users will be able to trigger Bixby with the power button. But you wouldn’t know it, because this was never shown on stage.

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