Samsung Launches Content & Services Application Store, iTunes Rival

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  • 28 Mar 2013
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  • Samsung has launched a new portal focused on content and services, that people have rushed to call an iTunes cloned. We’re dealing with a Content & Services app store, that’s shown below in a screenshot. The portal will provide customers with content and services, including those for Samsung televisions, smartphones and tablets.


    We have no idea if the store will be limited to Samsung products, but it may be that way. The new app portal has different sections, that include featured apps, charts for the hottest apps and other such categories. There’s also a Find My Mobile feature included and AllShare Play support. The debut of this app store came during a Korean press event, where Samsung claimed that games will allow them to fight the Google Play and iTunes.

    Samsung wants to have the top 100 Android and iOS games ready for Tizen OS, that’s coming in June. The portal also provides ChatON services and lists a bunch of Hubs for reading, learning, videos and gaming. The interface does remind us a bit of iTunes, but let’s see how this evolves, before calling it a copycat.

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