Applications Depending On Your Device And Your Operating System
For example, there are applications for iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry.
1) Samsung Galaxy apps
Samsung Galaxy Apps is a digital distribution platform developed and maintained by Samsung. It is formerly known as feature phones like Samsung Apps, which comes with Galaxy and Gear devices.
The application store at unibox used for devices manufactured by Samsung Electronics that launched in September 2009. Samsung developed Galaxy Apps, an application store that dispenses with the need for Galaxy owners to turn to Google Play.
Explore the latest Samsung apps for your Samsung smartphones and TV and learn how Smart can help you transfer everything from your old device with a few simple clicks.
2) Ubuntu Software Center
The Ubuntu Software Center is a high-level graphical front-end repository designed for the Linux operating system. Ubuntu offers users much excellent software by default in the official Ubuntu store.
The Ubuntu Software Center is free software that allows you to install software on a Ubuntu OS computer.
Allows you to browse and install thousands of free and paid apps available for Ubuntu. You can see the software available by category and more. You can also consider the software already installed and remove items you no longer need.
3) Windows Store
The Windows Store is a digital distribution platform from Microsoft. The Windows Store was formerly known as the Microsoft Store. It is a series of retail stores and an online shopping website, owned and serviced by Microsoft, dealing with computers, computer software, and consumer electronics.
It all started as an app store for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 as the primary means of distributing apps. With Windows 10, however, Microsoft merged its other distribution platforms such as Windows Marketplace, Windows Phone Store, Xbox Video, and Xbox Music into the Microsoft Store.