Samsung Inc. Said To Scale Back Their Own Android Apps On Google's Request

Posted: Feb 12 2014, 2:15pm CST | by , in Technology News


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Samsung Inc. said to scale back their own Android apps on Google's request
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If a very recent report from the famous online tech blog portal the Recode is correct, the Korean tech giant Samsung Inc. has caved to pressure from the Google Inc to make the Android a little bit more pure.

The publication has said that the two tech giant companies have started forming agreements at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which would bring the Samsung Inc.'s view of Android in the line with the Google Inc.'s own. That would mean, Korean famous gadget maker will consider changing or even, getting rid of their new Magazine UX interface which sits on top of the Android itself, as well as highlights Google's applications for the movies, music, and some other services, instead of pushing their own, the Recode has said.

Although, the Samsung Inc. has said in a statement, last Wednesday that it tries to give the users a great experience and so many options; Samsung Inc. offers services from the Google, their carrier providers, and the Samsung Inc. itself.

Samsung has said that to continue their momentum of delivering the great user experiences and also bringing the greater value to people's lives, Samsung is going to continue to identify and then provide differentiated and some innovative service and content offerings on their mobile devices. The Google Inc. will publish their report about this matter very soon.

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