Microsoft and Samsung are united in an alliance against Google

Microsoft and Samsung are united in an alliance against Google

Technology giants Microsoft and Samsung have announced an agreement that turns into a full-fledged cooperation corporate alliance in the mobile market.

Applications Microsoft Office, OneDrive and Skype will be pre-installed on new devices by Samsung. This was reported on the official website of Microsoft. A similar agreement has been concluded with 11 other manufacturers, including by Dell.

Previously, the company agreed to host cloud services Microsoft’s flagship device Samsung – Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. The new agreement takes the cooperation of corporations in the format of a full-fledged alliance. It is not difficult to guess, against whom it is concluded, the purpose, of course, stands the fight with Google.

Microsoft is clearly trying to “bite” of the profits Google in the mobile market. Samsung devices seem to be most suitable for this purpose, the fact that the Korean company allows users to remove unneeded applications. This applies including preinstalled programs.

Microsoft and Samsung are united in an alliance against Google

The forum application developers to OS Android – XDA – were posted screenshots of the smartphone Galaxy S6 edge c remote applications from Google, including Gmail, Google Drive, Google+. Remote was even searched Google.

This policy eliminates the advantage of mobile applications Google as a manufacturer Android, which means that users can make their device friendly Microsoft, and in the long term to refuse services Google.

Source: Business Insider

Microsoft and Samsung are united in an alliance against Google updated: March 25, 2015 author: Jonathan Davis