A report from Bloomberg reveals that Google and Samsung are now in talks over a possible partnership that would eventually make the search giant's apps the recommended choices on devices like the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note. According to Bloomberg and Reuters, the tech giants are discussing a new global revenue-sharing deal that would give Google more control over Samsung's devices.
Perhaps the biggest gripe many of us still have with Samsung's interface is the sheer amount of unnecessary and duplicate apps that come preinstalled on Galaxy phones. In addition, Samsung will also stop supporting its Galaxy Apps Store. Bixby, its own attempt to create a digital assistant, could face the chopping block should these reports be true, as could the Bada operating system. The deal would reportedly involve advertising and marketing the Google Assistant and the Participate in Keep over Samsung's personal options.
It's still uncertain whether the arrangement would require Samsung to drop Bixby and its app shop entirely or, as Bloomberg says, whether it simply needs to make those services less incorporated by itself devices. Google is already paying Apple a lot of money to be the default search engine on the Safari web browser installed on iOS devices, so it could do the same with Samsung.
A further twist in this tale is that the news arrives as Google is joining other tech giants in attempting to influence USA lawmakers that it isn't abusing its energy. "At the identical time, Samsung carefully functions with Google and other partners to supply the finest cell ordeals for our consumers". This is one of the great features of the Android platform. On the other hand, Samsung confirmed that it " remains committed to our own ecosystem and services", but "at the same time, Samsung closely works with Google and other partners to offer the best mobile experiences for users". "And even though we frequently communicate with associates about means to increase the user knowledge, we have no plans to adjust that".