Posted by Abhijeet M. 1 year ago

Samsung Wallet launched on the Google Play Store


Samsung introduced Samsung Wallet in February this year, an app that was available through Samsung Apps on the Galaxy S3, S4, Note and Note II but is now downloadable from the Google Play Store. The app is free as always, but seems to be limited to U.S. customers at the moment, and also doesn’t support any more devices than it did before.

Samsung Wallet is basically a digital wallet that lets you store coupons, tickets, gift cards, and more, with the ability to sync all content between all your Samsung devices. You can discover grocery coupons, get time and location-based reminders for tickets, etc., though unlike Google Wallet, there’s no NFC or payment system integration yet.


Hit the source link to grab Samsung Wallet from the Play Store, if you’ve not yet obtained it from Samsung Apps.


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2 comments on “Samsung Wallet launched on the Google Play Store

  1. kodeshR 1 year ago said:

    Not available in my country (Brazil)

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  2. wagnerpk 1 year ago said:

    Someone knows how this will be better than Google Wallet? I’m seeing another Samsung service that will die.

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