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Samsung introduces paid themes to 15 new countries

Samsung introduced support for third-party theme packs starting with the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. Later, every new mid-range and high-end smartphone from the company started supporting the Theme Store. The South Korean smartphone giant has now introduced paid themes to 15 new countries across the world.

If you live in one of these countries, now is your chance to download some of the best themes for your compatible Galaxy smartphone. Don’t forget to check our Themes Thursday section (which we publish every Thursday, as the name suggests) where we showcase the best new themes released each week in the Themes Store.

Here’s the list of countries where Samsung has introduced paid themes on April 4.

  1. Argentina
  2. Austria
  3. Belgium
  4. Chile
  5. Denmark
  6. Finland
  7. Israel
  8. Malaysia
  9. New Zealand
  10. Norway
  11. Philippines
  12. Russia
  13. Singapore
  14. Taiwan
  15. Ukraine

Thanks for the tip, Hiten Soni!

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Breej pradhan
Breej pradhan

Any way of installing themes in unsupported countries like i m in Bhutan a small Himalayan nation. I know there are ways by rooting but i wouldn’t like to root my phone. I m using sm g920i. Pls share any info. Thanks

hiten soni
hiten soni

You can just use a vpn method and get themes

Breej pradhan
Breej pradhan

I don’t think VPN works…Cos i have tried VPN … Could you please gimme a link on how to use it.? Thank you

othmanhu
othmanhu

Is there any free themes in the store?
I never used this store because I am still using Note 3 :(, Maybe I will upgrade to S8.
But I was wondering if all the themes are paid or not?

hiten soni
hiten soni

There are many themes which are free as well including mine

othmanhu
othmanhu

Thanks!

superf
superf

I suppose that we will be having S13 when they release it for Greece…

othmanhu
othmanhu

I don’t think they will call it S13 because it sounds awful. i think after S12 they will find different way of naming their phones like GS1 (Galaxy S1) and start the count from there. 🙂

superf
superf

Maybe but that’s not the point, is it?