Galaxy App Store fixed by Samsung

Samsung has its own version of app store known as Galaxy Apps which is being designed to service its large line up of products. Prior to July, Galaxy Apps was known as Samsung Apps, this change was made as an acknowledgement that the store was not known to many users.
John Pleasants, head of the Samsung Media Solution Center America or usually known as MSCA the unit which is responsible for the app store wants to make a change. He further added that the app store needs to be  more world class and company needs to work more at how to attract new developers.  One of the main focuses of John is to improve Galaxy Apps. He is not comparing Samsung App store with the Google Play, which is having 1 million apps and is widely accepted. Instead, he said that Galaxy Apps will be more selective and focused on apps that will take advantage of Samsung’s unique products such as S Pen Stylus on Galaxy Note. John also acknowledged that the Galaxy Apps has not been successful till now. The app store is not an easy thing to work there are lot of improvements which are needed in different software development kits, various programming interfaces and other general development support. Some of the Samsung devices like Samsung S3 come preloaded with Samsung Apps. 


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