Samsung TV Plus Update Makes Browsing and Viewing Content Easier and Faster

Korea on November 30, 2023
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Updates include a personalized home screen, expanded content categories and advanced recommendation algorithms

Samsung Electronics announced a new update for Samsung TV Plus,1 its widely-used free ad-supported streaming TV (FAST) service. The latest version of Samsung TV Plus introduces user interface (UI) enhancements and new features, aimed at streamlining content discovery and elevating the user experience (UX). This update has been applied to cover 2,500 channels+ across all 24 countries where Samsung TV Plus is available.


▲ The latest Samsung TV Plus update features new features and a user interface (UI) overhaul to allow for better content discovery.



New UI Dedicated to Expanding Content Discovery

The new Samsung TV Plus update includes a redesigned home screen to provide an overview of content available for viewing, in addition to popular titles and recently watched content.


The updated UI also features newly added categories on the left side of the home screen to include sections such as Live TV, Movies/TV Shows, Music, Kids and Settings, and more. Each category offers a broad range of content that can be easily accessed at any time.


Additionally, region-specific tabs have been added based on each region’s content catalog and user preference to meet the needs of different markets:


  • Music tab for the U.S., Australia, New Zealand
  • Kids tab for the U.S., Europe, Brazil, Mexico, India
  • News tab for India with multilingual support


▲ A Kids tab has been added to the U.S., Europe, Brazil, Mexico and India markets.



Streamlined Channel Navigation

The updated interface features larger UI elements to improve the browsing experience, allowing users to easily navigate through an ever-expanding library of TV channels. Moreover, users can log into their Samsung accounts to easily access their favorite channels in one place at the top of the channel guide.


▲ Channel navigation becomes more intuitive with the new Samsung TV Plus update.



Enhanced VOD Experience

The latest update also expands the Video on Demand (VOD) offerings and features of Samsung TV Plus. Now, users can access VOD from the channel guide, enabling instant playback of select programs without having to wait for a specific episode to come on the channel.2


The new “More Like This” feature offers content suggestion based on users’ viewing history, providing tailored content discovery that aligns with their preferences.


▲ The latest Samsung TV Plus update includes a variety of VOD content.


“Over the past year, we have witnessed a 60% increase in global viewing time on Samsung TV Plus — a testament to the platform’s expansive content library and user-friendly design,” said Yonghoon Choi, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “We will continue to evolve and enhance our services to provide a more intuitive and enjoyable viewing experience for our users.”


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About Samsung TV Plus

Samsung TV Plus is Samsung’s free ad-supported streaming TV (FAST) and video-on-demand service which offers over 2,500 channels globally as well as thousands of shows and movies on-demand spanning news, sports, entertainment, auto, design and more. One of the first FAST platforms from a device manufacturer, Samsung TV Plus is directly integrated into all 2016-2023 Samsung TVs, available on Samsung Galaxy mobile devices and Samsung Family Hub refrigerators on selected regions.



1 The latest update, Samsung TV Plus version 5.2, will be available on all Samsung Smart TVs released in 2019 or later.
2 If content is available for both linear channel programs and VOD.

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