Galaxy smartphone editor

A few days ago we reported that Samsung Galaxy smartphones had the option to include a free app editor that would allow users to create their own website editors, similar to how Google Docs, and similar to what Apple is doing with Pages.

Today, it looks like the Galaxy Note 9 is the first phone to officially offer an app editor for free, thanks to Samsung.

The Samsung Galaxy Note is the only Samsung phone currently on the market to offer an editing app editor, and it is available in the Galaxy Apps section of the Galaxy Settings menu.

It’s available to download on both the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and can be downloaded from the Samsung Store.

The editing feature is available for both the home screen and apps, so users can change their settings on the fly.

You can also add your own apps to the editor, such as music players, photo editors, or news apps.

You should be able to create your own website with it, but we did find the Galaxy editor a little bit clunky and cumbersome.

Samsung has a lot of features in its Galaxy editor, so it’s not surprising that it also includes a ton of options.

Here’s a quick rundown of what the editor offers.

It allows users to add their own apps into the editor.

Samsung will add apps to an editor automatically, but you can also use the app editor to add custom features to the interface of your website.

For example, you can add custom navigation buttons, or add your logo, or whatever else you want to add.

There’s also a “Settings” section where you can change how the editor looks.

Samsung is also working on a website editor that will be added to the next version of the Android operating system, so expect to see it soon.