More than 100 million apps downloaded from Samsung Apps

More than 100 million apps downloaded from Samsung Apps
Samsung is obviously doing something right when it comes to its mobile app store, aptly named Samsung Apps, since it's reported that as of now over 100 million apps have been downloaded from it.

Samsung Apps, which was launched back in June 2010, has 13 000 apps (available for bada, Anroid and J2ME) and is available in more than 120 countries. According to the Korean company, users from France, Spain and Germany have downloaded a healthy 40% of these over 100 million apps, while the most popular titles are named as Magic Torch, Need for Speed Shift, Asphalt 5, London Traffic and Ndrive France.

Moreover, Samsung has some good news for users of its native mobile OS - bada. These folks can win some Samsung Apps vouchers, USB flash drives, Galaxy Tabs and Galaxy Players if they download an application from Samsung Apps - the promotion runs for every week from March 25 until April 30 and a few lucky guys will be selected on a random basis.

via: Samsung Hub

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