Samsung has launched a web version of Smart TV Plus Streaming Service, which is free of charge.
The launch is live and linear programming according to The Verge. Casting support for Chromecast devices is also added.
It reportedly became a web service in the second quarter, the streaming product that previously had been restricted to Samsung TV and mobile devices. It’s a new product in streaming and has started with apparently little fanfare.
The Verge states that the deployment is now widely available to everyone, which was previously contained in Samsung users.
The company spokesman confirmed the rollout.
Samsung TV Plus is now available on smart TVs since 2016 and “still more directly competes with ad-supported streaming services such as Peacock and the Roku Channel, or any number of linear programming gratuities such as Pluto TV and Plex” as described by The Verges, because it is rolled out onto new devices outside the Streaming Ecosystem.
(Sourced From ANI)