As promised, LG has launched its Application Store, which currently includes more than 1,400 apps, both paid and free.
Accessible at this address, the Application Store is available only in Australia and Singapore for the moment, but other Asian countries will be added soon – 15 different languages will be supported.
By the end of 2009, LG plans to launch the Application Store in Europe and Latin America, and to include more than 2,000 apps.
The Store currently provides apps for Windows Mobile only – LG GM730 and LG KS20 – and it’s not clear yet when other handsets will be added. Hopefully, the upcoming LG Chocolate BL40 will also be supported, although it’s not a smartphone.
You should note that, before being able to download apps, you have to create a free LG Application account.
Via Press release (in Korean)
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