With the summer sun coming to a close, we are just a few days away from the start of a new year.
But before that starts, I thought it would be a good idea to give you a heads-up about a new app I am excited to introduce to the Galaxy S6 family.
It’s called Camelopardals, and it’s available to all Galaxy S users.
Like all apps, it will be compatible with the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 smartphones.
It also supports the Galaxy Tab S and the Galaxy K. Camelopardales will be available to Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and Galaxy K7 customers starting April 14, 2017.
It will work in all three versions of the Galaxy devices.
Like most apps, Camelopardils main features are easy to use: You can search for objects in the sky, see their brightness, and find celestial objects that are close by.
The app will even give you some background information on the celestial objects you are looking at.
Camelopres are easy-to-use astronomy tools, and can help you learn about celestial objects like planets and comets, as well as how stars form.
Like many apps, you can also look up information about celestial phenomena like meteors, meteors and cometary debris.
And the app will provide you with a virtual telescope, so you can actually see how the sky looks through your telescope.
Camelofores will work on the Galaxy phones.
But for the most part, it is only available to the new S6 models.
You will have to go through the usual process to download it, which includes installing it on your phone and following the instructions.
So if you don’t want to buy the app, then it is definitely not something you need to worry about.
It is still an optional update for Galaxy S phones, so it is not available on the devices right now.
But it is something that you should definitely check out if you want to use the new feature.