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Samsung Music app of Galaxy to be available on smart TVs

All Headlines 09:44 April 08, 2018

SEOUL, April 8 (Yonhap) -- Samsung Electronics Co. said Sunday its own music applications installed on Galaxy smartphones will also become available through its smart TVs later this month.

The South Korean tech giant said its smart TVs released after 2016, which run on the Tizen operating system, will also introduce the Samsung Music application within this month. Samsung's smart TVs currently support various music services, including Melon, Bugs and Spotify.

Users of Samsung TVs will be provided with Samsung's music streaming services. Downloads or other paid services are not included in the release for smart TVs.

The company said the detailed schedule of release will vary depending on models.

Samsung's 2018 edition of smart TVs, which come standard with its artificial intelligence platform Bixby, are able to understand users' commands, such as "Please turn on songs from Samsung Music."

Industry watchers said the scope of services supported by Samsung Music is expected to expand down the road as the company also plans to release an AI speaker later this year.

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