08 August, 2014: The Samsung Galaxy Discover’s software is just as ho-hum as its unexciting hardware. Onboard is the aging Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, version 4.0.4. It’s a far cry from the most recent Android iteration, Jelly Bean 4.3, and Android 4.4 KitKat is just around the corner.

Even so, the Discover’s OS hasn’t been tinkered with much and is mostly stock Android. The phone does have a sprinkling of bloatware, however, which is also unremovable. Examples include the Cricket Navigator for GPS directions, a trial version of the Uno game from Gameloft, and the Cricket Mobile Web app.

The handset supports Google’s wide range of services, plus you always have the option to download additional apps from the Google Play mobile app storefront.

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