By: Rahul Gupta, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : March 19, 2012 5:30 am
Samsung smartphone and tablet device owners will soon get a range of exclusive entertainment and utility applications for their devices.
Samsung has announced its latest and exclusive applications for its devices running either on Android or Bada operating system. Among the apps comprise applications of different genres, from entertainment to utility, which are to be made available in India in the weeks to come.
With this, Samsung will become the first mobile device manufacturer to provide such elaborate services to its device users.
Among the upcoming applications include one 'myReader' app for Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S devices that enables users to read newspapers, magazines and books on the go using 3G or WiFi connectivity. The app provides users access to 17 Indian newspapers, 18 Indian magazines and over 33,000 books.
Also, Samsung is readying a Mobile TV app which will allow users to watch live TV on their Samsung Galaxy Tab and Galaxy smartphones with real time streaming. The app gives users a choice of more than 55 channels including all the premier channels. Users can also access videos and movies on demand while accessing content over 3G or WiFi connectivity.
There is also a utility app, called Handy. It enables users to book movie shows, make reservations for travel on flights, trains or buses, and also to make restaurant bookings. The app is available across the Samsung tablet range and works both on Android and Bada platforms.
Samsung's My Movies app will offer more than 500 free full length movies in addition to over 2000 music videos and new movie trailers to Galaxy device owners. With content available in 9 different languages, the app is supported across the high end Galaxy Android Samsung smartphones and the Galaxy Tab range.
My Music enables users to download more than 150,000 Indian songs in nine regional languages and across 13 genres. It offers free song preview and with the operator billing option.
All these applications will be making their way to compatible smartphones and tablets in the weeks to come and the pricing options will also be revealed shortly by Samsung.
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