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Samsung TV Plus, the smartphone giant’s free streaming service is now reaching wider regions. After the US, it has finally made its way to European markets and global rollout will follow soon.
Samsung TV Plus is already available on Samsung’s Smart TVs globally and Galaxy devices in the US. However, Galaxy phones and tablets will now receive the same treatment in various European markets.
Samsung has just launched the streaming platform in the UK. While it has already made it available in countries like South Korea, Germany, and the Netherlands. Samsung reports it will introduce the streaming service soon to more countries.
The streaming platform will give users instant access to 94 free channels without any payment configurations. It will serve channels in diffeent categories such as news music, entertainment and other TV shows.
Euronews, Bloomberg TV+, Vevo Pop, etc. are available right now. Meanwhile, the users will have options of the US and UK comedy shows such as Hot in Cleveland, Taskmaster Bet Bits, and Russell Howard’s Good News.
The Samsung TV Plus is available in these markets via Google Play Store. Previously, it supported major flagship devices such as Galaxy S10, S20, S21, Note 10, and Note 20 series variants. Now, Samsung has added the Galaxy S9 / Note 9 devices and also the mid-rangers including the Galaxy A51/A71, the foldable series, and more.
Samsung has confirmed that users can avail themselves of the streaming service through Samsung Free previously called Samsung Daily. It features three sections Watch, Read, and Play. The Read section will consist of news from various categories while The Play section will get you games that you can play instantly. Samsung TV Plus will be available in The Watch section.
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To stream the contents on the Samsung TV Plus platform, all you need is a TV with smart TV capabilities or you can use any media player such as Amazon Fire TV, Roku or Chromecast to turn your regular LET TV insto Smart TV. Then an internet connection to stream on Samsung TV Plus.
As for a small screen, you would need a smartphone with enough RAM and processing power. Then you would need an internet connection. After it, you would need to download the Samsung TV Plus app from Google Play Store, and then you can view the available shows over the internet.
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Samsung has launched the streamer in the UK and Germany. Now it aims at expanding the service to other countries in the EU region. As for the global launch, Samsung has kept mum but expectedly, it will first circulate the streaming service in all the countries in Europe such as France, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Switzerland within the year.
As Samsung doesn’t want to fall behind with its service and features in its head-on with Apple and several Chinese brands, it may as well speed up the streamer’s launch in other regions notably Asia.
We can expect Samsung to launch the Samsung TV Plus service in India and China later this year or the early next year then roll out to other countries including Nepal.
Samsung TV Plus is a free streaming service that doesn’t require any credit card or fee to sign up. Users can simply download it and stream the basic available contents. Once it makes a wider launch, it would be interesting to see how it fares up against other streaming platforms.
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