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View Poll Results: Who is a bit anoyed at the lack of apps
Yes come on Sammy hurry up!! 31 75.61%
Pretty slack Samsung 6 14.63%
I am happy with what is in the store 1 2.44%
Meh, no rush 3 7.32%
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Come on Samsung!!!!!!!!! Where are all your apps?

16th May 2014, 01:13 AM   |  #1  
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I have found a few good ones but when you really look there is actually very little available still, and stop putting the same app in different categories to make it look like there is more there than there really is grrrrr
17th May 2014, 03:07 PM   |  #2  
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I have found a few good ones but when you really look there is actually very little available still, and stop putting the same app in different categories to make it look like there is more there than there really is grrrrr

I agree samsung need to tidy there categories up it was the same for the first gear TIDY UP
18th May 2014, 02:25 AM   |  #3  
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Oh yeah, there's no reason whatsoever this watch needs Android... None... Just build an ecosystem from scratch. Again...

Tizen = Samsung grab for control.

Give it up Samsung your stupid OS will not make it. Give-it-up.
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Too much negativity on here. There are already more apps for Gear 2 than there were for the Galaxy Gear. Also, many more should be coming with the contest for developers that Samsung has coming up. Remember that the iPhone did not even have apps on it at first and that Jobs said they were not needed. He was wrong, and apps are necessary now, but they will come. Give it a little more time.
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20th May 2014, 02:27 AM   |  #5  
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You're right. Negativity is not good. I really didn't see the need for Tizen though... Samsung really did it's customers a disservice. To say that the OS was not important demeaned our intelligence.
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Too much negativity on here. There are already more apps for Gear 2 than there were for the Galaxy Gear. Also, many more should be coming with the contest for developers that Samsung has coming up. Remember that the iPhone did not even have apps on it at first and that Jobs said they were not needed. He was wrong, and apps are necessary now, but they will come. Give it a little more time.

Have you actually counted them? there is not many at all
31st May 2014, 01:33 AM   |  #8  
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Yup I'm kinda regretting this purchase. It was gimmicky for a week or two but I'm not finding it to useful really. If there was a bunch of apps it would be different. If Samsung goes the Tizen route with their phones I will go back to HTC or LG. Great devices but Tizen blows. Seems like nobody wants to develop for it.

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Yup I'm kinda regretting this purchase. It was gimmicky for a week or two but I'm not finding it to useful really. If there was a bunch of apps it would be different. If Samsung goes the Tizen route with their phones I will go back to HTC or LG. Great devices but Tizen blows. Seems like nobody wants to develop for it.

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Now that the Gear 1 is going Tizen, I sure hope they get on the ball and convert all of their Android apps to Tizen. They should have done that before they ever put Tizen on a watch to begin with.
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Hardly any of the Android apps for the GG1 worked anyway. Notifications work great, but I liked the watch styler feature of the original Gear and the ability to side load Android apps to the watch that made sense. I flashed Tizen to my Gear 1 last night. I was under the impression it would bring consistency across all 3 devices (GG, G2, G2N). Still not consistent as original Gear owners (even though running same OS) still don't have access to same apps or user experience.

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