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Hey all you Galaxy S II owners and gamers out there, Samsung Apps is having another free game promotion and this time around Samsung has Modern Combat 3 Fallen Nation in its sights. Easily one of the best shooters available on any smartphone platform, MC3 is very reminiscent of its console counterpart, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. If you have played the CoD games you will immediately recognize the familiar control set, with a similar scoring/level-up system as well. The graphics are quite niec as well, showcasing the Exynos 4210’s...

Samsung’s latest application gets an early jump on this year’s upcoming 2012 Olympics. As you may know, the 2012 summer Olympics will be held in the good ‘ol United Kingdom, which is home too… well I’m not all too sure, but luckily this application can answer those questions for us! Best of Britain is a collaboration between Samsung and Britain’s tourism agency, designed to help the estimated 30.7 million visitors find all the top restaurants, museums, entertainment and other amazing attractions in...

If you are excited for the latest build of Windows Phone 7, Mango, we have a sneak peek at one of the new pre-installed apps for Samsung WP7 devices—RSS Times: RSS Times main menu: Menu button at bottom right, Pull down feed list at top right RSS Times is a lightweight, news reader application for Windows Phone 7 devices that organizes your RSS feeds into a simple and easy to read format. RSS Times formats your RSS feed into a paginated UI that allows you to swipe horizontally to flip through all of your feed rather than having to use...

Hey there guys and gals, often times we see ourselves using terms and methodologies that might not be all too familiar for the genera Android user, so today we will be going over one of our most frequentlyused and asked terms: Side Loading. What is Side Loading? Wikipedia defines sideloading as the practice of Transferring data between two local devices, in particular between a computer and a mobile device such as a cellphone, smartphone, PDA, or portable media player. In practice this is used regarding loading and installing Android...

I remember a while back I heard that they were making a mobile version of the sci-fi horror shooter Dead Space and thought it would be some polygonic monstrosity akin to the grotesque creatures found in the game itself. This of course was before I had a chance to work with the latest generation of smartphone GPUs–specifically the Mali 400 found in the Samsung Galaxy S II. In the past, Samsung’s proprietary App Store has offered premium games (like Asphalt 6 HD) for free to Galaxy S II users and now you can also download...

For those of you guys who own a Samsung wirelessly networked printer and a Samsung Android phone, I have great news! Samsung MobilePrint is an application developed by Samsung that allows users to print directly from their Android phones, to their WiFi enabled printers. The application allows you to print images from, and scan images directly to your phone. You can download the app from the Android Market or use this QR code: The application allows your to print many different file types including but not limited to .doc(x), .pdf, .txt,...

Samsung ChatON is a multi-faceted messaging service that is designed to offer users a complete suite of multimedia sharing and storage tools. We first caught wind of this application back in late August, and now it has finally gone live. ChatON is Samsung’s proprietary messaging service designed as a cross-platform application that will provide a unified messaging service for a large cross section of devices including smartphones as well as feature phones, tablets and computers.  As of now the app supports Android Bada and Samsung...

Although Google has integrated text-to-speech in Gingerbread, Samsung has taken TTS a step further in the Galaxy S II with the its exclusive TTS driving mode. The Galaxy S II takes advantage of TTS controls to give you more detailed notifications while you are driving—no more wondering if you got an email, text or a Facebook message; the Galaxy S II will tell you. To turn on TTS Driving mode, follow these simple steps: 1. Hit Menu > Settings > Voice input and output 2. Now select Text-to-speech settings > Driving mode >...

After two successful years, Samsung Electronics is proud to announce the latest version of their very own App Store. The new Samsung App store will be initially released alongside Bada 2.0 on the Wave series of smartphones, followed by a global release on the Galaxy platform towards the end of the year. The new version the store will feature an enhanced user interface, updated purchasing options as well as personalized app recommendation services. In addition to the improvements to the store itself, Samsung will be celebrating the...

Samsung’s Galaxy S II has set the golden standard for smartphone hardware and this same passion for excellence is also seen in their software development as well. Samsung is well known for their dedication to enhancing the user experience on the Android platform—most notably through TouchWiz—but they have also been hard at work creating applications that highlight the Galaxy S II’s hardware capabilities. Users generally regard OEM and carrier applications as inferior bloatware, but in the case of the Galaxy S II, Samsung...