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Samsung partners IndusOS to offer its app store in 12 Indian languages

March 15, 2019
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Samsung has partnered with domestic operating system, IndusOS to offer its app store in 12 Indian languages on the company’s Galaxy smartphone range. With this move, the company is aiming to tap the next generation of smartphone users mostly from rural India.

With the IndusOS-based app store, Samsung Galaxy smartphone users would not require email-based sign-ins to download free apps, thereby making the access less complex.

Further, the partnership with Samsung will provide IndusOS access to 30 per cent of the market base in India.

Meanwhile, IndusOS is also in talks with three major Chinese handset makers for similar partnerships.

 
 
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