It is estimated that approximately 30-million apps are downloaded a day. So why not download and win? Samsung is challenging the South African market to enter the Samsung “Most Downloads Contest”, which will be running for both the Bada and Android platforms.
Consumers stand a chance of winning some fantastic Samsung mobile devices from the company’s latest mobile range, including the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Tab 10.1.
“Visit the Samsung Apps Store, follow the necessary steps required for the platform that your device operates off, and start downloading the best in applications that meet your needs and suit your lifestyle. The more you download and the more points you gather, the better your chances of winning,” says Paulo Ferreira, head of mobile product and business solutions at Samsung.
To take part in the Android Samsung Most Downloads Contest, follow these simple steps:
* Visit the Samsung Apps Web site.
* Click the “apply” button on the event page to take part in the event. Fill out the e-mail address and IMEI code section.
* Download as many applications as possible can during the promotional period.
For the Bada contest, the steps include:
* Sign up for Samsung Apps using a Samsung phone.
* Sign in to Samsung Apps before downloading, so Samsung can track the number of downloads.
* Download as many applications as possible during the promotional period. Users will receive three points for a paid application download, and one point for a free application download.
Prizes for both platforms include a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for the winner, a Galaxy S II for the runner up, and a Galaxy Y for third place.
For the Bada platform, there are also 97 Samsung App vouchers up for grabs. For the Android platform, there are 97 Samsung Apps gifts available, including a USB clock, mug or speakers. These competitions will run from 13 to 31 October 2011, so start downloading now.