Pretty sure I asked this last year or year before already, and it's a small, aesthetic thing, but I don't understand why the volume slider background is not transparent on most apps but so far the only one I've seen is the Disney+ app. It looks so much cleaner to have a mostly transparent background on the volume slider, much less intrusive I found.
With GoodLock I can almost do the same thing, but the transparency is not dynamic, it basically takes a snapshot of what's behind and blurs it. Which is ok static content but looks so bad when watching videos (which is typically when I tend to adjust my volume).
But if Disney can somehow do it, I'm sure Samsung could just at least add an option if not making it standard all the time.
Yeah but it's pretty ugly on a video, as the slider stays the same but the video moves and the illusion is broken pretty quickly. Disney+ app is the only one I've seen which uses a true transparent slider.