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Subscriber Account active since. Your Samsung Galaxy S10 knows when you are holding your phone horizontally in "landscape mode" and can rotate the screen to make better use of the phone's orientation. Not every app supports this auto rotate feature, and it's hard to predict which apps rotate and which don't. But most apps that would seem to benefit from rotation, like web browsers and photo apps, do rotate automatically, as long as the Galaxy S10 's Auto rotate feature is turned on. If your phone is not rotating when you turn the phone sideways, make sure that it's enabled. Swipe down from the top of the screen to display the Control Center. Swipe a second time to reveal all icons. Make sure that "Auto rotate" is enabled — the icon is blue and labeled "Auto rotate. The "Auto rotate" button can be confusing to find since its name changes to "Portrait" when it's disabled. If the screen doesn't appear to be rotating automatically, test it in an app that you know supports auto rotation, like Chrome or Samsung Internet.