Samsung Game Tuner allows you to boost the quality of your apps

Samsung releases an app that allows users to ramp up the quality of mobile games on Galaxy Note, S6, and Edge devices. While the first release of this app earlier this week appeared to work with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, this morning functionality has been limited in the app's most recent listing update. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus appear to still be working just fine. You can now play Goat Simulator at full 2K resolution.

This app – made by Samsung – is able to ramp up the quality of your games on Android devices. Two major factors in quality are tapped into: frames per second and resolution. Frame rate can be adjusted in games between 15 and 60FPS, while resolution can be ramped up well past the standard 1080p that most games achieve, straight up to 1440p, the same size as your device.

Intrepid Android smartphone user Anthony Cress has created the following video giving you a close-up look at how this app works with Goat Simulator. Watch as the quality increases ever-so-slightly!

You'll find each of the games you have on your device in the Game Tuner app once it's first opened. From there you'll be able to choose High, Medium, Low, or Extra Low settings, or you can tweak each of the resolutions and frame rates as you do so wish.

You can attain this app from the Google Play app store or through APK mirror, which you'll be using at your own risk.

Unfortunately this app only works for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus at the moment. We'll be waiting for functionality to return to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge in the near future. As noted by Android Police, Samsung's most recent update suggests that the two smaller devices are currently "in preparation."