Samsung Galaxy Apps

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Galaxy Apps
Samsung's Galaxy App Logo.png
Developer(s)Samsung Electronics
Initial release14 September 2009; 9 years ago (2009-09-14) (as Samsung Apps)
PlatformAndroid, Samsung Gear (Tizen Platform), Samsung feature phones
TypeDigital distribution

Samsung Galaxy Apps, formerly known in feature phones as Samsung Apps is an app store used for devices manufactured by Samsung Electronics that was launched in September 2009. The service is primarily shipped on Samsung Galaxy smartphones, Samsung Gear and feature phones (such as the Samsung REX and Duos) The store is available in 125 countries and it offers apps for Android, Tizen, Windows Mobile and Bada platforms. Apps from this store are updated by notifying the user via the Samsung Push Service, which has been installed in over one billion smartphones over the years. [1]

Applications of Samsung (in Galaxy Apps)[edit]

  • S Voice
  • Samsung Health
  • S Calendar
  • Story Album
  • Samsung Gear
  • Samsung Link
  • Samsung Kick
  • Samsung Level
  • Samsung Smart Home
  • Samsung Gear Fit Manager
  • Samsung Smart Switch
  • Modes Photo
  • My Knox
  • Galaxy View Remote
  • Samsung Tectiles
  • Chef Collection
  • Galaxy S5 Experience
  • Galaxy Note Experience
  • Galaxy S6 | S6 edge Experience
  • Galaxy S6 edge+ Experience
  • Galaxy Note 5 Experience
  • Gear S2 Experience
  • S Translator
  • Video Editor
  • Nombreux filtres
  • SideSync
  • Game Tuner
  • Optical Reader
  • Samsung ChatON
  • Charm by Samsung
  • Samsung Power Sleep
  • Samsung Internet
  • Family Square
  • iWork Converter
  • Organize+


  1. ^ "Samsung Push Service - android market data, growth and stats". 2016-04-19. Retrieved 2016-04-19.