The latest version of Samsung’s proprietary launcher – TouchWiz – finally introduced themes support. The Galaxy A series (A3, A5 and A7) were the first devices to feature TouchWiz themes, joined by the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy S6 later on.
Unfortunately the default themes are just few and may not be everyone’s cup of tea. The Chinese models of the Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 and Galaxy Note 4 already have a solution – a theme creation tool that allows you to design and share your very own theme.
As you can see the availability of the tool is extremely limited, but Samsung seems to be working on expanding its reach. Samsung’s Support answered to a user than Galaxy S6 will join the mentioned phones in the theme creation service and its availability will be expanded over more markets.
The Samsung’s support team suggests you keep an eye over this page, which will allow for Galaxy S6 support this April. We guess the Galaxy S6 edge will get the theme creating feature alongside the Galaxy S6.
Are interested in making your own TouchWiz themes on your brand new Galaxy S6? If so, then bookmark this link and check it weekly for an update.
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