‘Samsung is less own apps flour springs Galaxy S6’




Samsung would offer its own Android apps in the upcoming Galaxy S6 largely as optional downloads instead of installing this standard. Thus playing the manufacturer of smartphones in the trend to omit so-called “bloatware.”

SamMobile reports that the Touchwiz interface of the Galaxy S6 is significantly downsized. Samsung would have decided to omit several own apps in the default provided firmware of the device. The Korean electronics manufacturer wants according SamMobile offer its own apps and the underlying services largely optionally in the form of a download.

By reducing the so-called “bloatware” Samsung could follow the trend to provide mobile phones that run on Android with less pre-installed apps. It is still unclear to what extent the Samsung Apps would omit; apps like S-specific Health and apps for a particular device will probably remain.

According to some users of Samsung mobile phones provide the apps from the manufacturer, which not always be actively used for a slow interface and take this unnecessary storage capacity. Competitors Samsung supply aircraft with fewer than Samsung’s own apps or deliver the phones with “stock” Android.


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