Samsung getting one step closer from removing itself from Google

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Earlier this year, Samsung showed off its Wallet app. Korean customers can download it onto compatible Android devices from the company’s own app market. At the moment it is set to collect credit card info, which users can then use to pay for goods and services, verified by a one-time password or PIN. This app will also provide access to tickets, membership cards and coupons all accessible in one place.

In addition, the app is designed to compete with Apple’s Passbook. I just wonder how much longer before Samsung is able to provide a total experience on android with any of Google’s services. Personally I don’t think it possible due to Gmail and YouTube.

The app is compatible with the Galaxy S4, S3, Galaxy Note and Note 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1.

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