Samsung's Focus app is now out of beta. Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji

Samsung Focus is finally out of beta. This means the productivity app’s official version is now available for download from the Google Play Store. Sadly, only a select number of mobile users would be able to do so.

For the unfamiliar, Samsung Focus is an all-in-one productivity app. As such, it gathers all important details that would make one productive all day. From emails, memos, phone contacts and calendar reminders, users would be able to view all of these notifications in one hub.

The interface of the app is also very minimalistic. There is a tab for each notification. It is also designed to make it easy for users to access multiple email accounts. There is even a feature that allows for fast retrieval of notifications based on specific keywords.

Making Samsung’s Focus app even more inviting is its great deal of customization. Users are free to sort out notifications in a manner they like. Important notifications are also summarized in a specific tab. Moreover, users can use the app to send reminders and do other productivity-related activities, as per SlashGear.

Samsung Focus also makes conference calls easier. Users can directly send email requests for people to join the conference without closing the app. There is even a feature that allows users to place calls with just a single tap.

Samsung updated the Focus app this week to push it out of beta. As of late, around 10,000 to 50,000 users have already installed the Samsung-exclusive app, according to Engadget. Unfortunately, the productivity app is only available to devices running Android Marshmallow and Nougat.