Samsung brings desktop-based sync software, app store to Windows Mobile

I have always felt Samsung has taken the smartphone battle a bit more seriously than even Microsoft, as can been in their serious commitment to developers, their various music and video stores, and of course their App store.

Samsung has now created a desktop client for their mobile phones that aims to take over where Windows Mobile Device Centre left off, providing photo, music and video synching, and also calendar and contacts.  Best of all however is their desktop application store, which seems much fuller than the Windows Mobile Marketplace at the moment and provides a great user experience.

The video above from 1800pocketpc.com shows the application in action.  The software only works with Samsung devices unfortunately, and the application store is only available in select markets, but if Samsung continues down this route they can guarantee keeping their Windows Mobile handsets competitive in this very crowded market, at least until Microsoft gets their thing together.

The download is available at Samsungapps.com here

Read more at 1800pocketpc here.

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