Samsung AppStore Welcoming Developers From 30 July

By 01:50 Fri, 09 Jul 2021 Comments


Samsung will be launching the developer's backdiscontinue of their Application Store tomorrow. By using the recent Application Seller website, developers will be able to publish apps or content to Samsung Application store (Symbian, Windows Mobile and Java) as well as track sales records, revenue and even rankings. Billing and payment are also handled online through the recent Application Seller website.

The Samsung Seller Site is the next step in the Samsung efforts in streamlining the apps and content delivery to discontinue users. The Samsung Mobile Innovator has been up for more than half an year supporting developer's efforts. Samsung even launched a beta version of their Application Store in English and German earlier this year. The fully-fledged Samsung App store however will start spawning in regional versions across Europe in Q3 this year.

Registering on the recent website is available after a basic entry fee of only one US dollar. The Seller Site members will be able to purchase a sales contract online and check the certification status in real-time.


These days almost every major manufacturer has an App Store running. There are so many, that having one will no longer give any manufacturer an edge but it will sure bring them up to the standard set by the competition. The Apple AppStore has been faring quite well and the massive amounts of recent apps and games surely create the Apple iPhone quite an attractive platform despite its flaws.

In Samsung's case they've waited quite some time before they started their own apps distribution initiative probably to stay away of what has traditionally been a network carriers business. And as you probably know, network carriers are the largest customers of mobile phone manufacturers. But times are changing and so are the rules of the game obviously.


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