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Samsung plans to introduce three new local apps to its app store. The three apps are Mxit, DStv Mobile Decoder and PriceCheck. These apps will be available for download on all of Samsung’s Android devices, excluding tablets.
Brett Loubser, the B2C Apps Development lead at Samsung says, “There is no doubt that the need for locally relevant content is growing among consumers and that this growth demands a larger variety of apps across different interest areas. It is with this in mind, that we have partnered with leading brands locally in increasing the access to locally relevant apps for our consumers — testament to our commitment to the development of applications and strong partnerships alike.”
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