Okay.will try it later but the pc browser loaded the app page at that moment when I tried.
Let me explain...
In your case, when AppSearch showed an error message, it didn't even trying to load the app page, because it still didn't get so far.
The status message at the bottom of your screenshot says it's setting the application store, which is not the same.
It's not an app page it was trying to load. It's not even a page, this step only sets which app store you'll be searching in.
This step is an equivalent of when you would click on an Indian app store link from the list of all the countries in your browser.
You can display app page only if you double-click on some app in the app list, or using the context menu. No other way.
Just believe me, I've done very detailed testing and there's nothing wrong with AppSearch.
The error message comes only when SamsungApps doesn't respond with anything within a set period of time.
Then the application breaks up the process, because if it didn't respond within 90 seconds (like you set), it won't be anytime soon.
Most web pages on the internet (even the big ones with 1000's of simultaneous users) respond within 5-10 seconds max.
This is SamsungApps flaw and they really should have taken care of it... like... yesterday. This way it's every user's nightmare.
If it happens again, just try one or two times more, maybe you slip inbetween, but most of the time it's the message "our servers are fubar".
Note that this can happen for any of the 4-step process which need to be done in order to get the app list.
Yes it's sad, but it would happen in any browser if you're doing the same thing within the same scenario at the same moment.
Sorry for the inconvinience, but it just the way it is. It's not working that bad all the time, but as I said, there are cases, and thus the error message.