Samsung Project Glued video streaming service for Asia announced

Samsung has announced that it is working on a new streaming video service for Asian markets known for now as Project Glued.

Published Wed, May 21 2014 10:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

Streaming video is a big business all around the world with firms like Netflix leading the pack. Samsung is working on its own streaming video offering for Asia with a service called Project Glued. Project Glued will be available in Q3 and when it launches it will have a batter name.

Samsung Project Glued video streaming service for Asia announced |

The service will give users the ability to rent an entire season of a TV show. While it is aimed at Asian users, the service will only offer TV shows from the US and UK to start with. Customers will be able to stream or download each episode in HD to their Samsung devices.

Rentals using the service will cost $6.50 per season and will give you 30 days to watch all episodes in the season. I wish that there were a service in the US that would allow you to rent shows at that rate and give you a while to watch them. Project Glued will launch first in Singapore and the Philippines.


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