A journalist walks at the Samsung booth during a media preview day at the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin, September 5, 2013. Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch

South Korean tech giant Samsung seems to have heard their fans. According to a report, the Samsung Flow app will receive an update sometime this year. The update will include key features that will allow the Samsung Flow app to be able to connect with all PCs that run on Windows 10.

Before this happens though, Samsung Flow users who want to be able to connect their Samsung devices with Windows 10 devices will have to wait until April, according to a Samsung representative. Through the use of Samsung Flow, users will be able to use the fingerprint sensor authentication of their Samsung devices to unlock their PCs running Windows 10. Beyond this, users would also be able to use other features of the app.

Besides logging into another device using the fingerprint sensor, Samsung Flow also uses a one-click feature to keep PCs or tablets connected to the Internet through a mobile hotspot. It also syncs notifications between the Samsung smartphone and tablet or PCs. Lastly, the content sharing between the two devices is much easier.

Samsung Flow is an app that will provide seamless content handoffs from one to device to another. This is possible between multiple Samsung devices including smartphones, tablets and even TVs, according to xda developers. The features of this app were further expanded when the Galaxy TabPro S was released. This allowed users to log into their tablet using the fingerprint sensor on their smartphone.

As of time of writing, the only Samsung phones supported with Samsung Flow are the following: Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy A7 2016 and Galaxy A5 2016. On the other hand, the only supported Windows 10 PC is the TabPro S until support for other Windows 10 PC is launched.

Microsoft's 2-in-1 tablets have become a trend since the company released its Surface Pro with Continuum. Tech giants like Samsung are looking into joining this market. However, Continuum provides a different concept compared to Samsung Flow. Continuum allows peripherals to be connected to a phone or tablet. Basically, a phone or tablet with Continuum allows a monitor, keyboard and mouse connection. On the other hand, the phone could also be a virtual trackpad and keyboard.

Samsung Flow was launched in 2014 during the Samsung Developer Conference. It is continually being developed.