The Google Play App Store is already standard for all certified Android devices, including Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets, and has become a major source of users looking for installed apps and games. Interestingly, as the partnership deepened, the Internet services giant’s software also began to enter the Galaxy Store app market, which is pre-installed on Samsung devices.
The Galaxy Store is the first of two Google apps, Translation and Wear OS, but we expect to see more options in the coming days.
Previously, Google has launched official apps on the market for android smartphones, watches, tablets, TVs and other platforms such as Realme.
In addition, Samsung has also known to upload its own Android apps in the Google Play Store over the past few years, and now has more than 20 models.
This gives users the freedom to choose one place to complete the app’s update, and Samsung can easily release updates to pre-installed software without waiting for the next firmware push.