Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Come and see the new blog for Samsung Developers!! (We're moved!!)

Dear Developers,

We're moved to Samsung Developers. At the new blog section, we will keep sharing the latest and greatest news on Samsung Ecosystem from Samsung Developers program.

All the contents here are already migrated into new blog section with easy navigation, so never worry to find the old content there ;)

Please visit the URL below and keep updated!!

Samsung Developers Team,

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

This blog is moving!

Exciting news, this blog, is moving! We're heading over to Samsung Developers where we shall continue to bring you the latest and greatest from the Samsung Developers program team.

Until that time (around 16th October give or take a few days) we'll be off-line, so farewell, its been sweet, and we'll see you on Samsung Developers shortly!

Thursday, 22 September 2011

[infographic] Samsung Apps

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Samsung Apps Celebrates 2nd Anniversary with New Version of Apps Store

Samsung Electronics is proud to have introduced a new and updated version of its successful application store,Samsung Apps on 19th September, 2011. Samsung Apps will be made first available to Samsung Wave smartphonesrunning on the new Bada 2.0 OS and spread out globally on Samsung Galaxy devices towards the end of the year.

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

[Android] Here's some updates for you

Last week, Samsung Developers introduces several updates for Android developers. With the features Samsung Developers provides, developers can develop a variety of apps with NFC features, protect them from illegal copy and make another big revenue.

[Guide] Become a Samsung Apps Seller

Any difficulties you met with becoming a Seller at Samsung Apps?
Samsung Developers provides you a all-in-one guide for becoming Seller at Samsung Apps. Go to Seller Office, submit/get certified your app and win big at Samsung Apps!!

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Discussion Board for Korean Developers (Android)

'Why doesn't Samsung Developers have a forum supporting Korean?', is one of the inquiries we got most frequently. Well, as a starting point of it, Samsung Developers opened a forum supporting Korean at Samsung Developer Android site.

A forum for Samsung Android Libraries is now available at http://bit.ly/mUB56m and supporting Korean. Now it supports only the inquires on Zirconia library, protecting apps from illegal copy but it's supposed to expand its coverage in near future.

Developers in Korea who're developing and submitting your Android App for Samsung Apps, now you can discuss about the issues you're facing in your mother tongue.

Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Pure Breeze: a new launcher by Samsung R&D

One day, the R&D part of our division comes to us crazy marketing folk in San Jose and asked us to help them with the promotion of their latest product, an alternate home screen launcher for the Android platform called Samsung's Pure Breeze.

And, somehow, we came up with this! :)


For those of you who are questioning certain truths about this video, let me just answer them right off the bat:

1. Yes, this is a parody of an infomercial

Free Samsung Apps Chart

This week saw some exciting announcements at IFA, which lead me to work away frantically on the bada 2.0 developer video... Fingers crossed this should be out this week for your viewing pleasure (links to follow). Pray continue dear reader, to this week's top five free samsung apps chart -

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Still not sure what bada is? Here are some general FAQ's

Q: What is Samsung bada?
A: Samsung bada is a smartphone platform unveiled in 2010. “bada” is a Korean word that means “ocean” and “seashore.” “bada” in itself embodies the open possibilities of the ocean: it can accommodate a variety of applications created by developers and it offers an innovative new environment that can provide unprecedented enjoyment to its users.
Samsung bada makes smartphone features and applications available to a wider range of mobile phones. bada is a new blue ocean of mobile applications for developers, and customers will have a wider choice of smartphones with cost-effective yet powerful bada-powered phones.