Free themes for Samsung smartphones from the Galaxy Apps store will be no more. And here’s why

Korean giant Samsung has made changes in the dissemination policy of the proprietary Galaxy Apps store for all Galaxy smartphones.

Korean giant Samsung has made changes in the dissemination policy of the proprietary Galaxy Apps store for all Galaxy smartphones.

Korean giant Samsung has made changes in the dissemination policy of the proprietary Galaxy Apps store for all Galaxy smartphones.
How it works

All free themes from the online app store, Galaxy Apps will be paid, but with some reservations. Each of those free to try for 14 days and then buy it, choose the standard default theme or switch to a two-week test of other paid themes.

Judging from the published source of information, the changes will take effect after the update of the original shell One UI on Android OS 9.0 Pie on each specific device. That is, if the user of the smartphone is Samsung earlier OS version, it is as before will be able to download all the themes free.

Why Samsung did this

According to representatives of the company, they have taken this step to encourage users to create more interesting and cool fact, which is not a pity to pay. The price and release date update One UI on Android OS 9.0 Pie is still unknown.

Source: PhoneArena