Samsung Apps

Samsung Apps

The previous name of Samsung's app store for its Galaxy devices. See Galaxy Store.
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Samsung Electronics announced that Samsung Apps, the world's first application store for the television, has reached its two millionth TV application download globally.
With TouchWiz, Samsung brings with it a bunch of preloaded apps such as PolarisOffice, Samsung Apps, eBuddy XMS, TuneIn Radio, Chat On and more.
The heart of the Samsung Wave family is easy access to an application eco-system known as Samsung Apps, and seamless social networking features while the new range marks the next stage in Samsung's strategy to democratise the smartphone market.
In addition, Flipboard is now available in the Amazon Appstore for Android, the Barnes & Noble Nook Store and in Samsung Apps. For people in the United States, Flipboard will come pre-installed on the new Samsung Galaxy S III via leading U.S.
The smartphone, dubbed Galaxy S4 mini, made its short appearance on the Samsung Apps website, hinting that device is in the company's pipeline.
Samsung also unveiled a 55-inch Super OLED TV, which apparently incorporates "the ultimate in vividness, speed and thinness, with true-to-life picture quality, enhanced colour accuracy and motion picture quality even in the fastest scenes." Also incorporated into Samsung's 7mm thick Super OLED TV are the Smart TV features of Smart Interaction, Samsung Apps, and multitasking, as well as 3D functionality.
Other updates include the introduction of the Daydream Easter egg and Actionable notifications, improvements to Driving mode, new options in the Notification Center, white background in Gallery modes, full screen Samsung apps, and a new smart switch widget.
The device will have access to both the Android Market and the Samsung Apps stores and will also have a GPS sensor on board, something the iPod Touch doesn't have.
The application is available on the Google Play Store, Apple App Store, Amazon App Store, Samsung Apps and the Chrome Web Store.
launched before the Google and Samsung apps, and is currently accepted at more
The report also found that Apple's iTunes Store was the most visited, following by Samsung Apps and lastly, Android Applications.
Apple iTunes Store was by far the most visited applications website, followed by Samsung Apps, and finally Android Applications.