Samsung's Tizen Store hits 41 additional countries
Tizen OS has been around for a while, and back in April 2015, the Tizen Store expanded its coverage to no less than 182 countries. Now, Samsung expands the reach of its app store for Tizen-driven devices to no less than 222 countries.
According to Tizen Experts, "Developers can now target all these additional countries with their apps and games, and even branch out by creating localised content, which has its own Unique Selling Proposition (USP)." Sadly, only three Tizen OS smartphones have been released so far - Samsung Z1, Z2, and Z3. However, 2017 might still hold some surprises for Samsung fans on a tight budget.
The new countries that have been added are mostly small ones like Palau or the Vatican City State, but some well-known state entities that have been left out until now are present in the list. A few such countries that should be mentioned are Equatorial Guinea, Palestine, Liechtenstein, San Marino, or Cuba.
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