Voluntas 2.0 PreAlpha 5 Video Demo

Developers Group Team-Vea published a new video of their new alternative browser for bada 2.0 “Voluntas. Application was running on XPKH3 beta bada 2.0 firmware.

The application running in the video below is still in alpha stage and requires some time to make it to Samsung Apps Store. Video Demonstrates the Following Features of Voluntas version 2.0 Read the rest of this entry

Page Too Large Error-bada 2.0

After using bada 2.0 for over a month, Yesterday I came across the same old problem with bada 2.0 i.e “Page too large. Content may not be displayed properly”. I was on s8500XPKH1 beta bada 2.0 firmware when I faced that error. Users with bada 1.2 version are very much familiar with this error as and when tried to open any large webpage this error used to pop out, but this was the first time I have seen this same error in bada 2.0

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Free Apps: BreakingBricks

BreakingBricks is an exciting 2D arcade game, now available on your Bada phone. Goal of the game is to clear levels of bricks by hitting them with a ball. Keep the ball in the game by controlling your paddel with touchscreen. Download this game for free temporarily.



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“Naught” Enters Samsung Apps

Finally the wait is over, Naught a new game from developers Blue Shadow Games has finally arrived to Samsung Apps today with good price tag. Naught is new type of game where you have to control the gravity to guide a funny character to end of the levels crossing several obstacles. Read the rest of this entry

Samfirmware “No More Beta bada 2.0 Releases”

Samfirmware website through their twitter channel reported that they are not going to release any new beta firmwares before the official release. It has also been said that Official bada 2.0 firmware’s will be released by Samsung after making Wave 3 available to market as they did with Wave 2 and bada 1.2


Samsung “There Is No Decision On Open Source”

Rumors were picking up that Samsung is going to open bada for external developer i.e making it an Open Source, Some curious user posted this question to Samsung bada official twitter account and indeed got a reply from them.

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Samsung To Make bada Open Source in 2012

According Wall Street Journal website, Samsung is planning to open bada for external developers next year to improve it’s growth and become self reliance and reduce its dependance on Google’s Android. This move from Samsung Electronics  is aimed at keeping up Samsung’s strong growth momentum in high-end mobile devices.

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Samsung Apps Celebrates 2 Years, New Update Soon

Samsung Apps store has completed two years of its service. Which was started from 14 September 2009 with Windows Mobile And Symbian applications, later expanded with Samsung’s own Operating System “bada” and Google’s “Android” applications. At present Samsung Application Store has over 10,000 applications supporting over 100 nations

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Get Paid Apps For Free(4 more)

Samsung Apps is giving a new offer for users to download paid apps for free, Intially 12 apps were given in which Fruit Ninja, Plants VS Zombies, Empire Defence etc were included. Now they have added 4 new apps to the list

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bada Developer Day Tour India

Recently Samsung has held its “bada developer day” in Bangalore, India. About 250 members participated in this event. Starting from India, Samsung Electronics has planned to open its bada developer global tour in over 18 countries including China and Russia.

Here are the interesting facts from bada Developer Day : Read the rest of this entry