|Initial release||May 29, 2013|
|Operating system||Android (Mobile), Windows (PC)|
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Samsung Link is an app that connects all devices and storage services in one place for integrated search and playback. Users can register their device such as a PC, smartphone, or tablet to the same account, and listen to music, share photos or documents, and watch videos on their device remotely. Content on storage services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Skydrive, or SugarSync (though some SugarSync accounts discontinued on 7 March 2014) can be also downloaded or streamed.
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1. Remote playback and transfer of content across devices
As well as content on the home PC, content on devices with the same account can be played or transferred across devices while on the move.
2. Access content on TV
Using the DLNA function supported by AllShare, users can play videos saved on their PC, smartphone, tablet, or TV. In addition, once logged in with the same account, users can also access content on devices connected to other networks or on a storage service on their TV.
3. Auto upload of recorded photos/videos
Users can choose to automatically upload content on their camera, PC, smartphone, storage device, or tablet.
4. Integrated search
With the integrated search window, Samsung Link lets users search for content across all registered Samsung devices or storage services with the same account.
The first web version of AllShare Play Mini was released on February 13, 2012. Installed on Galaxy S3, it was released on May 29, 2012 as part of the official version of AllShare Play. As an integrated element of Allshare Play, the service was renamed Samsung Link on April 25, 2013.
Samsung Link is available on the following devices: BD-HDD,[clarification needed] cameras (only applicable to Samsung Wi-Fi models released since 2012), HomeSync,[clarification needed] PCs, Smart TVs (only applicable to Samsung models released since 2012), smartphones, and tablet PCs.