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Samsung is finally taking an axe to some of its least loved bloatware

16
May
2014

We learned earlier this year that the bloatware problem on Samsung Android devices had gotten so bad that it reportedly greatly annoyed Google, which told Samsung to stop releasing so many gimmicky apps. And now it looks like Samsung has gotten the message because it’s apparently ready to ditch some of its own apps found on Android devices.  In a rather hot debate on Twitter, mainly between iMore’s Rene Ritchie and Samsung’s Marketing Manager for Technical Media on the iMessage issue that may prevent users who switch to Android from receiving certain texts, the Samsung exec ended up telling SamMobile’s Anhijeet Mishra that Samsung Hub, a service not many users appreciate, “is going away,” without revealing more details about it. Samsung Hub offers Samsung device

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