Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus screen in front of lamp

According to Tizen Help, Samsung is rolling out a new application designed for smartphone theming. Samsung Theme Park, as the new app is called, is an offshoot of the popular Good Lock suite of tools that allows you to make your Samsung smartphone your own.

Using Samsung Theme Park, you can quickly and easily re-theme your phone. You select the main image to use as your theme and then can select colors and styles for that theme. After that, simply save the settings and apply the theme. Check out the screenshot below:

Samsung Theme Park app screenshotTizen Help

Samsung Theme Park is rolling out now for select devices. It’s not quite clear which devices will get it, though. At first glance, it appears it is only rolling out to Samsung handsets that are running Android 10 via the One UI 2.0 beta program. This would include flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 family, the Samsung Galaxy S10 family, and the Note 9 and S9 lines.

However, some readers over at Tizen Help report that Samsung Theme Park is also available on some devices running Android 9 Pie. You’ll need to check for yourself on your own Samsung device to see if you can get it.

To do that, open up Samsung Good Lock and head to the Family section. If you see a link to download Theme Park, do that. If you don’t see a link, you don’t have a compatible handset, at least not yet.

If you do have access to Samsung Theme Park, let us know in the comments below how it works!

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