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How do you install the Social Hub and Reader Hub on the Galaxy S3?

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By bradavon, Senior Member on 28th May 2012, 02:16 AM
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Almost every review I've read either doesn’t mention them period or says they’re not available but this review says:

"Apps like the Reader Hub for magazines and newspapers, and the Social Hub to unify social networking accounts and email had to be downloaded as an optional install."

How do you install them? Are they in the “S Suggest” or "Samsung Apps” applications?

I’ve yet to get an S3 but would miss Social Hub. Thanks in advance. Source: http://everythingexpress.wordpress.c...sung-galaxy-s3
 
 
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Google Play --

Download samsung Hub....

Should be in there
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Google Play --

Download samsung Hub....

Should be in there

Do you mean it should be in this? -

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...msung.suggests

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...msung.suggests

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yes. thats is it

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yes. thats is it

if there not in there then they should be listed in the 'Samsung Apps' Application.

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actually.... looking through the apps i think they have replaced the social hub with Flipboard.

If you go through the set up of Flipboard you can add Facebook and Twitter etc.
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yes. thats is it

Great thanks. I can't install it on my HTC Desire to check but will when I get the S3.

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if there not in there then they should be listed in the 'Samsung Apps' Application.


I'm thinking that too. It's on the S2 with ICS still, so we know it's compatible. This is despite the Seven app it's based on not being compatible with ICS.

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Actually.... looking through the apps i think they have replaced the social hub with Flipboard. If you go through the set up of Flipboard you can add Facebook and Twitter etc.

That app is awesome but it comes from a different approach.

Social Hub brought in a lot more services such as MSN Messenger, Linkedin and My Space. It also support Facebook Messages not just Facebook News feeds.
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I did register 2 yahoo accounts on Samsung galaxy s3,not like social hub but separately.
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