Samsung Apps now available in Singapore, Germany, Brazil & China

SEOUL, Korea (AVING) — <Visual News> Samsung Electronics announced the expansion of its application store ‘Samsung Apps’. From late January 2010 Samsung Apps will be available to Omnia II (I8000) and OmniaLITE (B7300, I329) users in Singapore, Germany, Brazil and China. Users will benefit from immediate one-click access to a huge range of applications from games and social networking apps and even e-books.

Following the success of Samsung Apps in the UK, France and Italy, Samsung has worked to bring the simple but powerful smart phone experiences, enabled by Samsung Apps. Users can browse the intuitive application menus via their GPRS, 3G or Wi-Fi connections, before simply downloading applications with just one click.

Well-known applications such as Guitar Hero (Mobile Bus), Spiderman (Gameloft), Need for Speed (EA) and skin (Prompt) will all be available at launch, with more applications from a range of leading third-party publishers added throughout the year. Gameloft, Electronic Arts, Handmark, CrazySoft Limited, Paragon SW, Com2us, and Shazam are among those working with Samsung to develop Samsung Apps. In addition, local language-based applications will be provided to enhance usability.

Users in Singapore, Germany, Brazil and China can download the Samsung Apps client from through wap. From mid-February, products in Singapore and Germany will be shipped with the Application Store pre-installed; these customers will also be able to take advantage of Kies – a new software suite that allows users to search and download applications directly from PCs. The applications are then installed onto a mobile device when synced with a PC, providing instant back up and peace of mind for application downloads.

The availability and launch-timing of the service may vary depending on service provider and country. Customers can learn more about Samsung Apps, browse featured applications and download Kies at

A variety of applications will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress 2010.