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[Update: More countries!] Samsung introduces paid themes in the Netherlands

Samsung introduced themes with the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge last year, and then the feature was introduced to other high-end and mid-range smartphones from the company. However, paid third-party themes were limited to a few markets, but that is changing slowly.

Samsung has introduced paid themes in the Netherlands earlier today (paid themes have seemingly been available for a few days, but Samsung is only now making an official announcement.) Now you have more themes to choose from, including options that we often find to be better than the free ones.

New themes hit the Theme Store every week; follow our Themes Thursday series to see the best ones.

Update: It’s been revealed by Hiten Soni in our comments section and confirmed by renowned theme designer Lucas Kendi that Samsung has opened the gates to its paid theme store in South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland and the UAE.

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Brad419
Brad419

Some of the paid themes are special. High quality and beautiful colors. But some are just plain crappy and asking us to pay for them!

m2geek
m2geek

They better be some fucking special, High quality themes.

mustaka
mustaka

You don’t have to buy what you don’t like anyway.

lambik333
lambik333

im not gonna pay for themes…….this days you have to pay for everything!!!

hiten soni
hiten soni

Samsung added paid themes support to total 5 countries
Netherland, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland and UAE starting December 1st

sdrug
sdrug

In Switzerland too. Appeared on December 1.

PapaRoni
PapaRoni

Why not just release Android 7 for Galaxy S6 (Edge)(+) instead of paid themes.

superf
superf

I really can’t understant why they don’t release them for more countries. I live in Greece and if they continue with this release pace I’ll be having Galaxy S13 when it becomes available…