Samsung Internet@TV, Sammy’s net connected web service for its own brand boob tubes, has scooped up several new must have applications. Along with BBC iPlayer on-demand, Samsung Internet@TVs will also be able to stream LOVEFiLM movies. Say goodbye to posting back your DVDs!
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It should come as no surprise that BBC iPlayer is to land on Samsung Internet@TV, but for any subscribers, LOVEFiLM is the big new addition. Instead of having to wait for the postie to bring you a new disc, unlimited subscription LOVEFiLM customers will be able to pump movies through over the web instead, saving time and earning you more films for your money.
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Samsung Internet@TV supported TVS will also get access to Muzu.TV through their screen, offering up heaps of music videos. There’s no word on whether Spotify will make it on there too however, as rumours have suggested.
We’re still chasing details for LOVE-FiLM streaming, but if you’ve got a Samsung C9000, 8000, 7000 or 6500 TV, C750 or C650 LCD or C7000 or C6500 plasma, you’ll be able to grab these new additions from the Summer.
Out Summer | £TBC | Samsung