Samsung launches Premium App Store for Android users

Tired of scouring for the cream of the app crop? Sammy has you covered

Browsing for top-quality Android apps can be a convoluted process at times – if Apple’s App Store and Google’s Marketplace were night clubs, the former would have a heavily guarded velvet rope entrance whilst the latter would allow trainer-toting ruffians free-entry.

Samsung aims to rectify this by releasing the Samsung Premium App Store for Android in an attempt to save you time spent sifting through the lower quality apps by offering a selection of free and paid apps ranging from the Sims 3 HD to Zenonia.

There are also plans to integrate network and SIM balance billing in the future to ensure that impulse purchases are made easier than ever.  Feel that? That’s your wallet trembling at the thought of increased micro transactions already…


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