|Initial release||14 September 2009(as Samsung Apps)|
|Platform||Android, Samsung Gear (Tizen), Bada, Samsung Galaxy feature phones|
|Available in||multiple languages|
Samsung Galaxy Store (marketed as Galaxy Store; formerly known as Samsung Apps and Galaxy Apps) is an app store used for devices manufactured by Samsung Electronics that was launched in September 2009.
The service is primarily supplied pre-installed on Samsung Galaxy smartphones, Samsung Gear, and feature phones (such as the Samsung REX and Duos).
The store is available in 125 countries, and it offers apps for Android, Tizen, Windows Mobile, and Bada platforms. Apps from this store are updated by notifying the user via the Samsung Push Service, which has been installed in over one billion smartphones over the years.
The Samsung Galaxy Store has a rating system used to determine what app is okay for a child.
|All||No||Apps with this rating are suitable for all ages. No explicit material should be used in apps with this rating.|
|4+||No||Apps with this rating are recommended for ages 4 and up. No explicit material should be used in apps with this rating.|
|12+||No||Apps with this rating are recommended for ages 12 and up. It may contain mild violence, mild sexual content, and mild bad language.|
|16+||No||Apps with this rating are recommended for ages 16 and up. It may contain mild violence, mild sexual content, mild bad language, crude humor, mild blood, and simulated gambling.|
|18+||Yes||Apps with this rating are suitable for adults. It may contain strong violence, strong sexual content, strong bad language, alcohol use, tobacco use, and gambling. Apps with this rating are not meant for minors.|
|Banned||Yes||Apps with this rating are not available for purchase due to them having content that is too objectionable.|