The Samsung Apps store has just crossed the 100 million download mark, which is pretty impressive considering the whole store isn’t even a year old. Of course, this pales in comparison with Apple’s App Store and their passing of the 1,000,000,000 figure, but on its own, it is still pretty respectable. The Samsung Apps store first opened in June last year to coincide with the Samsung Wave (GT-S8500) smartphone’s launch, which incidentally is the first smartphone that comes with Samsung’s Bada OS. Originally, the Samsung Apps store was set up so that people will be able to access software applications which target TVs and mobile devices. The highest number of downloads were achieved by people living in France, followed by Germany and Spain – with all three European countries making up for 40% of all downloads performed at the store.
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