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Featured App: Chat for Facebook

Facebook is a social networking service that lets you connect with friends, co-workers, and others who share similar interests or who have common backgrounds. Many use it as a way to stay in touch after finishing school, or as a way to share their life publicly. What makes Facebook different from other social networks is that everybody is on it! Connecting with your friends has never been so easy before.

…And now with Chat for Facebook you can chat with your Facebook friends using your own bada device!

The developers of the popular app, Flashlight bada 2.0, bring you yet another great app: Chat for Facebook! Chat with your Facebook friends right from your bada device with this top social networking app. This application is truly amazing! Never for a bada device such an application has existed. With great new features like the notification sounds and favorite friends, you can never miss out on your friends. The design of the application is clean and fresh, search bar on the top and system tray at the bottom makes everything very easy.

This new version includes:

  • System tray
  • Notification sounds
  • Favorite friends
  • Search bar
  • Landscape mode

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Chat for Facebook is free for a limited time so grab yours as soon as possible. Don’t miss out on this great app, you’ll regret it!

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Bada’s “honey-do” list

I have always taken pride in the fact that when I write an editorial, I like to make it as honest as I can and over the past few months I have been reading a lot of feedback on articles, tweets, posts in general from bada users. The one thing they all seem to have in common is lack of customer satisfaction. I’m not here to completely bash bada because this is a bada-centric site and there is a ton to like about bada but there comes a time when a little constructive criticism is helpful. In order for bada to remain in the conversation and to improve… there are a few things that need to be done better or taken out when either bada 3.0 is launched or when bada completes its move to Tizen. I think everyone agrees that the OS itself needs some refinement, fresh and more useful apps, and some features that just need to go away in place of others. To continue reading, just click the read more link after the picture….

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Monetize your apps with Samsung adhub

Samsung keeps coming up with new ideas and incentives for developers to get in with bada and today they announced yet another initiative. Samsung AdHub was announced today as new way for bada developers to monetize their apps and get more exposure. With the introduction of AdHub, developers can have richer ads, ad creatives directly from agencies and advertisers, real-time bidding, and more.

If you would like to view the official press release from todays announcement, you can do so by clicking the “read more” link. If you would like to skip reading and sign up now, please visit http://www.samsungadhub.com and click Register.

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Bada beats Windows Phone in worldwide marketshare/sales

The worldwide marketshare numbers just released today put Samsung bada ahead of Windows Phone which is struggling to gain a solid foothold in the market (Shown below). The Lumia 900 is helping ease the pain some but according to the Gartner report below….bada is doing well internationally and in emerging markets.

The report totals the share of smartphones running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 and the outdated Windows Mobile legacy devices. It shows that it fell from 2.6 percent in the first quarter of 2011 to 1.9 percent in the first quarter of 2012.

That puts Microsoft’s smartphones in sixth place behind market leaders Android with 56.1 percent and Apple’s iOS with 22.9 percent.

What is most surprising to me is that while the mobile industry is booming, worldwide sales of mobile phones to end users declined 2 percent from a year ago to 419.1 million units in the first quarter of 2012. Samsung was the No. 1 mobile handset and smartphone vendor, with 86.6 million units of mobile handsets sold and 38 million smartphones sold.

To read the entire report, click here