Samsung Apps Reaches 10 Million Downloads In Europe

Posted: Sep 22 2010, 3:59am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Samsung Apps reaches 10 Million Downloads in Europe
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Samsung App Store is alive.

The Samsung App store launched a year ago in Europe. Today Samsung announced that "Samsung Apps" reached the 10 million download mark in Europe. Samsung Apps are available in 109 markets worldwide, including 34 countries across Europe.The top 3 downloads on Samsung phones are Need for Speed Shift, Magic Torch (flashlight) and My Mirror (mirror).

Just to put the numbers in perspectige. The Apple iTunes App Store reached in Summer already the 5 billion download mark. There is even speculation about iTunes app download beat music downloads in the near future.

Samsung says that they will continue to drive Samsung Apps by introducing further bada-powered devices, following the success of the Samsung Wave, the first smartphone based on Samsung’s own bada platform. The Samsung Apps will expand to accommodate new smartphones and automatically display the relevant application catalog available for a user’s specific phone model.

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