Samsung rebranded the Galaxy Apps to Galaxy Store last month, uniting all the features of Galaxy Apps and Galaxy Themes under one platform. The move happened in response to “the diversifying needs of Samsung Galaxy smartphone and smartwatch users.”
The new platform introduces some enhanced features, creating a whole new digital marketplace for Galaxy users. In a Newsroom post today, Samsung described the Galaxy Store as a one-stop shop for Galaxy devices.
A store tailored to your needs
Galaxy Store is the new one-stop platform for all your digital Galaxy needs. From apps and themes, to stickers and fonts, the new market offers a diverse range of content for your Galaxy smartphone. You also get edge panels, camera filters, and many other Galaxy-exclusive content on Galaxy Store.
Galaxy Store also makes recommendations based on seasons, holidays and events, as well as recommendations based around your previous interests. So the next time you access the store, you will see a personalized page with content you might want to check out. Users who are into gaming will be shown the latest in mobile games, while health-conscious users will find recommendations for lifestyle and fitness apps. And to create an engaging way to browse the Galaxy Store, Samsung will be introducing new content to users with videos and other supporting links.
Through the ‘My Galaxy’ tab in the Store, you can customize your device with themes and fonts of your choice. There’s also a separate ‘Watch’ tab for Samsung smartwatch users to download watch faces and apps for their wearable. Gamers can discover new games through the store’s ‘Games’ tab. The new Galaxy Store also offers exclusive in-app purchases and other discounts for popular games. Samsung promises to continue adding new content to the Galaxy Store.
The new Galaxy Store is now rolling out to Samsung devices. You can also download the APK from our database.