Samsung’s brilliant TV Plus service has been providing free content to TV owners for over five years. The popular app is now pre-installed on all of the company’s new Tellies and can also be downloaded on most modern smart TVs made after 2016. Once launched, you can find a variety of shows from platforms such as Vevo Pop, CNN, SuperToons TV and the Comedy channel without paying a dime.
In fact, there are 94 free channels in total that don’t sign up and ask for your email address or annoying subscriptions scouring your bank account every month.
Now, in a big change, Samsung is bringing this service to more of its fans and they don’t need a TV to turn on.
Starting today, it’s available in the Galaxy Store and Google Play Store for select Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
That means those with any of the latest Samsung devices can watch shows like Hot in Cleveland, Russell Howard’s Good News, and Taskmaster Best Bits right on their portable devices.
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TV Plus was first introduced on smartphones in the US last year. Due to its success, the UK and Europe are now also covered with the update.
To download the Samsung TV Plus app, users can simply search and download the app from the Galaxy Store or Google Play Store for hours of free content access.
Samsung TV Plus has become one of the fastest growing streaming services in the world after debuting in 2015. Given the amount of content available without reaching for your wallet, this is probably not difficult to deny.
“The growth of Samsung TV Plus has all to do with the quality of the content, the ease of access and the multi-screen experiences it offers,” said Sang Kim, SVP for product and marketing at Samsung Electronics. “We’re working hard to deliver more to our customers everywhere – including our mobile offering.”