Samsung Apps decides to make a big do out of its second year in existence by unveiling a new version of the Apps Store, with Samsung Apps being made available first to Samsung Wave smartphones that are powered by their very own Bada 2.0 OS, while it will also spread around the world on the rest of the Samsung Galaxy family before the year is over.
A new version often means improvement, and this new Samsung Apps will boast of an improved user interface, updated purchasing options and personalized App recommendation services. Not only that, to sweeten the deal, Samsung will be handing out “presents” that comprise of 30 popular paid applications – and these will be going for free, so knock yourself out with popular titles including Fruit Ninja and Plants vs. Zombies – only to Wave smartphone users though.
This might just make you want to give a Bada-powered phone a go, or would you still shun the platform for something else that is more established? [Press Release]
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