Despite constant courtroom battles with Apple, Samsung still find time to turn out some amazing smartphones. No matter which Samsung phone you have, this guide to apps will have something for you – we even guide you through those head-scratching preinstalled Samsung apps. Let’s take a look.
Here is the round up of some of the best Android applications that will allow you to take full advantage of the Samsung Galaxy S 2’s 4.3 inch WVGA Super AMOLED display and its dual core processor.
The Samsung Acclaim is a touch-screen Android device with features like a 3MP camera, wireless Internet connectivity, side-sliding full keyboard, and GPS compatibility. It can run a variety of applications and here are some of the best Android apps for the Samsung Acclaim.
A round up of the top ten Samsung Highlight apps. There are all sorts of options here from chat clients to drawing apps for your phone.
This is a guide to the Samsung Apps Store for Bada OS users. Find out how it measures up as we take a look at the process for downloading these applications.
If you’ve got a Samsung Wave II then you’ll be interested in the latest and greatest apps available for it. Here’s a list of the top ten options for you.
Get the most out of your Samsung Epic 4G by downloading and using some of the ten best applications available for the phone. With a wide range of applications on the list, you are sure to find something fun, interesting, or productive.
A top ten list of the best proprietary AT&T apps for the Samsung Solstice II.
The Samsung Monte GT-S5620 is a mid-range budget touchscreen phone that supports the Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) or just plain Java for short. This allows the phone to install and run third party applications for either pleasure or business.
Bada is the brand new propriety OS (operating system) from Samsung. Aiming to take a bite out of Android and Apple’s free app market here is a list of the top ten free Bada apps.