Samsung has relaunched its free streaming service, Samsung TV Plus, to add a brand-new logo and a series of new programmes for TV and mobile customers across 24 countries. The update is currently being rolled out to all Samsung smart TVs, Galaxy devices, and the web. The Samsung TV Plus app was launched back in 2015 and features over 200 channels in the US and more than 1,500 worldwide that stream sports, music, news, TV shows and movies on demand. It is a free and ad-supported platform.
Samsung TV Plus App Gets A Revamp: Here’s What’s New
According to Samsung, the revamped app allows access to more premium content, including local news, concerts, and feature films. Users will also get to enjoy additional programming from A+E Networks, BBC, and ION. Besides, the platform is expanding its lifestyle category by adding the Home.Made.Nation station from A+E.
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Furthermore, the brand is planning on launching an original Samsung TV Plus channel, Ride or Drive. The new channel will appeal to automobile enthusiasts with its dedicated auto-themed content. Another Samsung Showcase channel will be a part of the profile, so that users don’t miss out on special events, concerts, and more. That’s not all, the brand also plans on joining hands with Lionsgate and other prominent studios to expand its video-on-demand library in the future.
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Do note that the Samsung TV Plus service comes preinstalled on 2016-2022 Samsung smart TVs, Galaxy tablets and smartphones, and select Family Hub refrigerators. The app offers a watchlist, recommendation feature, and channel guide but doesn’t require you to sign up for an account. However, it does provide an alternative for you to avail paid subscriptions, such as Netflix and Disney Plus.
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