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Samsung and Spotify working together to bring streaming music to 2012 Smart TVs in Europe

Samsung teams up with Spotify to offer streaming music across their 2012 Smart TV range in Europe

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Oct 10, 2012 3:34 am

Samsung have just announced that they have inked a deal with streaming music and discovery service Spotify, where they'll see the launch of a new application for Samsung's Smart TV, Blu-ray player and home theater systems later on this year.

 

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Getting Spotify onto the Samsung Smart TV, Blu-ray player or HT system will be quite simple, as all you'll need to do is have your device connected to the Internet and then just download the Spotify app and log-in. Premium Spotify subscribers will get the extra benefits of being able to see all of their playlists and more, and Spotify have also adjusted the application to work on the big screen.

 

Dan Saunders, Director of Content Services, Samsung Electronics Europe says:

 

Great music demands great sound quality. With the new Spotify app, people no longer need to fuss about connecting cables from their laptop or tablet to Hi-Fi equipment. Spotify for Samsung Smart TVs and home theatre systems brings Spotify's huge music library directly into your living room.

NEWS SOURCE
Engadget.com

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