Most Android OEMs these days ship devices with a bucketload of preinstalled apps. But, not all the apps are used by most of the users. In fact, people often opt for services that work on most platforms instead of locking themselves into an app that’s available only on devices from one manufacturer. For example, people are likely to opt for services like Evernote or Google Keep rather than using MIUI Notes app, or OneUI Notes app. If you use a phone running a forked version of Android such as OneUI, MIUI, ColorOS, or RealmeUI, you might have found some apps unnecessary at some point in time.
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Samsung has joined hands with EA’s mobile games publishing division, Chillingo for a developer program called 100% Indie that would boost the games in the Samsung Apps store and also provide a great opportunity for developers to earn money with 100 percent pre-negotiated revenue sharing for the first six months. Continue reading “Samsung and EA partner to bring more games to Samsung Apps store”
Samsung has launched 2 new entertainment apps, My Music and My Movies for the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Galaxy Tab 750. The My Music app has a huge collection of music with the album details, artists details, critic’s music reviews and much more for complete music junkies. The My Movies app is powered by BIGFlix and it offers huge collection full length movies of different genres for free. Continue reading “Samsung launches My Music and My Movies app for Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Tab 750”
Samsung Apps has received a new update for Bada phones. The new version includes improved user interface, updated purchasing options and a personalised App recommendation service. Samsung is also celebrating their 2nd birthday of Samsung Apps by offering 30 popular paid Bada apps for free. Samsung Apps is now available in 121 countries and offers 40,000 applications. Samsung Apps for Galaxy devices is available in China, Korea, UK and Australia. Continue reading “Samsung Apps for Bada gets new Interface, Offers 30 paid apps for free”
Samsung Electronics has announced operator based billing for its mobile and TV application store Samsung Apps. With this the users can buy apps from easily in just 2 clicks and the price will be charged in the phone bill or deducted from the prepaid SIM card.
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Samsung recently announced the fifth Bada OS powered smartphone, the Samsung Wave II S8530. This handset comes with a 3.7 inch Super Clear LCD display, 1 GHz processor, 3G Connectivity and more.
Samsung today announced the fifth Bada OS powered smartphone, the Samsung Wave II S8530. This handset comes with a 3.7 inch Super Clear LCD display, 1 GHz processor, 3G Connectivity and more. Samsung Wave II should not be mistaken for the Bada powered Samsung Wave 2 which was launched back in June. Wave II is the successor of the popular Samsung Wave S8500. Continue reading “Samsung Unveils Wave II With 3.7 inch Super Clear LCD”