2010 is going to be the Year Of The Hundred App Store Launches, but some mobile firms are getting in early in the battle to cop a slice of app action. Samsung unveiled its bada platform yesterday, which aims to get users of its ‘feature phones’ (i.e. not smartphones) downloading apps. Handsets with the store client will ship in the first half of next year in 50 countries. Meanwhile, operator Orange has launched its own App Shop, offering more than 5,000 apps, games, ringtones and wallpapers. It’ll cover Java, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Mobile apps – it’ll be interesting to see whose store gets priority when Orange sells Samsung phones. Source: Mobile Entertainment  Source: Mobile Entertainment

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