If Nokia can have exclusive apps for its Lumia phones, so can Samsung. That’s right, the Korean company is launching two apps that will only work with their Windows Phone devices.
The first app, Share Box, allows Samsung smartphones to connect to DLNA-compatible devices (like HDTVs) to play music or video without wires. At the same time, the application can also import, save and play data from other devices sent to your phone. As an added feat, it can serve as a remote control for media playback on other devices.
As for the second application, Samsung Link, it too deals with media, allowing users to play content stored in the cloud, and share it with other devices, websites or storage services.
Both Samsung apps are available for free and can be from the Windows Phone Marketplace…