Sanjay Razdan, Senior Director, Services Management, Samsung India gave a statement where he said that given the significant increase in penetration of smartphones and mobile application downloads across Tier 2 and 3 markets, this trend was closely studied by the company. After which, in order to address the growing demand for vernacular applications the decision to partner up with Indus App Bazaar was taken was taken by the company. In addition to English, the users will be able to access their favorite apps on Galaxy Apps store in 12 Indian languages with this partnership; ultimately giving the valued customers a useful and even more user- friendly experience.
He further addressed the growing demand for communicating in vernacular languages among users. Apart from the new Galaxy App Store, the company has now removed the mandatory step requiring the user to sign in on the App stores for free downloadable apps; having realized that it was just an extra step. Adding the 12 Indian languages in the Galaxy App is a part of the “Make in India” campaign. These languages include Marathi, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, Kannada, Guajarati, Punjabi, Odia, and Assamese apart from English.
Without having to sig in, the users can explore and download a wide range of apps on the personalized recommendation engine that the Galaxy App Store is. The Indian apps will be highlighted in a special section of the apps store.
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